Google’s Transition to 64-Bit Apps Begins in August, 32-Bit Support to End in 2021

Support for non-64-bit apps ends in August, 2021 without any exceptions In a bid to deliver better software experience on devices powered by 64-bit processors in the upcoming ­years, Google aims to shift towards a 64-bit app ecosystem. The company has now shed more light on the transition and has announced that developers will have […]

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Google’s New Activity Cards Aim to Help You Find Past Searches

Google has started rolling out a new feature called activity cards to make it easier for users to pick up the threads to past searches and continue exploring a topic. “Activity cards will roll out today on mobile web and the Google app in English in the US,” Andrew Moore, Google’s Product Manager for Search […]

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Microsoft Launcher Gets ‘Digital Health’ Feature in Beta, Taking on Google’s Digital Wellbeing

Microsoft has added a Digital Health feature with Cortana support on the beta version of its Android launcher that will enable users to track app usages. With this, the Microsoft Launcher takes on Google’s own Digital Wellbeing initiative, currently available only for select Android Pie devices. The Microsoft Launcher version 5.1 beta is an attempt […]

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