Tag: Android Q

Android Q desktop mode will support third-party launchers on both screens

YouTube Android Q will have a desktop mode that will enable users to access Android via a desktop-style interface. This desktop interface can be customized depending on the launcher installed on the Android device. With third-party developers getting access to controlling desktop mode, the feature could have more legs than if Google alone controlled it. […]

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Google testing automatic car crash detection in Android Q, but will your phone get it?

Google is no stranger to Pixel-exclusive features, such as Night Sight, unlimited original quality photo backups, and more. It looks like the company might have one more exclusive feature in the works though. XDA-Developers has found references to car crash detection functionality in the Android Q Beta 3 Safety Hub app. One string notes that […]

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Google I/O showed that the future of Android is less Android, more Assistant

Opinion post by Justin Duino Ever since the advent of Google Now (currently called Discover), the Silicon Valley giant has been trying to bring information to users before they need it. At Google I/O 2019, Google showed how the Assistant would soon have more control over the Android experience. By providing on-device AI with the […]

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Google I/O 2019: Everything announced

What is Google I/O? It’s an annual developer conference where Google announces new hardware, software, and various updates for its existing apps and services. When and where is Google I/O? The event is on now, kicking off Tuesday, May 7, and ending Thursday, May 9. It will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain […]

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