Google has introduced six news for Android on its product blog. The additions will be released for anyone running Android 6 or later in the coming days.
A feature that requires Android 9 or later is a built-in password control for the passwords saved to your Google Account. The system can notify if the user’s password has been potentially exposed in a hacker attack.
The Google Assistant can do more even when the screen is locked, so that the user can, for example, talk to the mobile phone from across the room. Among other things, it should be possible to set alarms and play music without unlocking the device. Whether this should be possible is controlled via a setting.
Android Auto can be customized through wallpapers and should also be able to be used to play voice-based games, such as “Jeopardy”. The system also has flexible shortcuts on the home screen. The latest news is that TalkBack in Android has been improved for those who are blind or visually impaired, which means that the screen can be used without seeing it.
Source: Swedroid by swedroid.se.
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