Before introducing a security patch to Android devices, Google released the latest update for Play system updates. In these updates, Google aims to make necessary changes in its stock apps which are available on every Android device, including the Google Play store and Google Play services.
Being Google’s stock apps, these are available on every Android-powered device, including smartphones, TVs, WearOS, ChromeOS as well as Android Auto. It means every new play system update affects all the Android OS devices directly.
Moreover, the Play system updates generally aim to introduce new changes that strengthen the security of the device by applying new rules for the apps, and sometimes it also includes new privacy features that help to maintain your privacy.
The same is happening with new updates; according to the changelog, some new changes are introduced in Google Play services that will improve account management and find my device support expanded to more devices. The GPay now supports foldable devices; for Tvs, a reminder dialogue for pending system updates has been added. For more understanding, below is the complete changelog.
- [Smartphone] New warnings and tips to protect your Google Account.
Security and privacy
- [Smartphone] Find My Device now supports more devices, including accessories, with a new privacy-focused framework.
- [Smartphone] GPay support for foldable devices.
- [Smartphone] Control to turn off fun animations after completing a payment or using a card.
- [TV] A reminder dialog for pending system updates has been added.
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