5 features coming to Android starting this summer


5 features coming to Android starting this summer

Google has revealed the new features to Android this summer, which will be released early in September, before the Android 12 upgrade.

  • Android Earthquake Alerts System

One is the global launch of the Android Earthquake Alert System, which can ideally provide you enough time to locate a safe location for an earthquake to strike a warning for seconds. Google states, “We prioritize introducing Earthquake Alert in higher risk nations, and expect to deploy Earthquake Alert in increasing numbers over the next year.” In New Zealand and Greece, the initial launch was. The Android Earthquake Alerts System was published in Turkey, the Philippines, Kazakhstan, the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan on Tuesday.

  • Google Message App
Google’s Messaging app will have a feature that enables users to add a star to significant messages they would like to remember. Tap and press the star for a message you wish to preserve. Instead of browsing hundreds of your older messages, you’ll hit the star category when you want to discover one of those messages.
  • Google Gboard
Google will update you on Emoji in Emoji Kitchen once you’ve entered a message to provide you with relevant choices. The Contextual Emoji Kitchen proposals are currently in Gboard Beta and are accessible this summer on smartphones running Android 6.0 or above for all Gboard users utilizing the English, Spanish and Portuguese languages.
  • Google Assistant
You can use your voice to launch and perform specific activities with specific apps. You may say, for example, “Hey Google, you pay my payment for Capital One,” or “Hey Google, check my kilometers on Strava.” You may find out which applications are available via Google Assistant by calling “Hey Google, shortcuts.”

To help the disabled navigate their Voice Access mobile phone, they may use their voice to do so. Currently, in beta, gaze recognition enables Voice Access to only operate if the user looks on the screen.


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