Google Play Store gets support for cash payments; UPI coming soon

Google Play Store gets support for cash payments; UPI coming soon

GOOGLE HAS GIVEN US the full skinny on the 10th version of Android, now known as "Q", before it ships later in the year. If you're in the Messages app or Spotify, you'd be able to see the turn-by-directions in the navigation bar for Google Maps. OnePlus hasn't announced a specific timeframe, so it isn't clear exactly how long OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro owners will need to wait before they can flash the Android Q developer preview on their device. This is the first major overhaul that Android Auto has received since its introduction in 2015.

/ Google to allow users to pay for Android apps using cash - TechCrunch Google to allow users to pay for Android apps using cash - TechCrunch 05/09/2019 by admin Today, the Android platform sees more app downloads than iOS, but Apple's App Store continually dominates in terms of revenue.

The tech giant behind the Android operating system has now announced that it will be pushing even harder with its interface revolution by further altering this "pill" gesture system and standardizing the navigation controls on every new handset sporting the upcoming Android Q.

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One of the best (or worst) parts of Android is how flexible Google's grip on it is. Swiping up from the bottom of the screen will send the user home, while swiping from either the left or right edge will send the user back. Hold at thee end of this gesture, instead of releasing your finger, to switch between the apps you have open.

You'll also note that the ability to snooze notifications is now gone.

"However, keep in mind that the numbers are based on Google Play Store statistics and it doesn't take into account non-Google Play Store devices such as China's Android devices without Google Play Services enabled". "This means that you can get the latest security fixes, privacy enhancements and consistency improvements as soon as they're available, without having to reboot your phone".

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