Google brings 11 new Android Features for Messages, Google TV, Gboard, Emoji, and Wear OS

Android enables you to customize your gadgets to make them more useful, safe, expressive, and accessible. On your smartphone and tablets, Wear OS, wearables, and Google TV devices, you can explore the new features and upgrades, including fresh approaches to using Google Messages. This is the latest on Android. There are new features in this Android Feature Drop that work with Google Messages, Google Home on Wear OS, Google TV, Gboard and its Emoji Kitchen, TalkBack, and what seems like a highly entertaining New Live Caption concept.

  1. Rejoice with fresh combinations of Emoji Kitchen stickers:

Your favorite emojis may be remade and then shared as Gboard stickers with friends. There are more ways to express what’s on your mind, whether you’re preparing supper for guests or have the ideal idea for a photo. Creating and sharing a camera emoji that is combined with a tongue-out happy smile emoji on an Android phone using Emoji Kitchen Create unique sticker combinations by combining your preferred emojis.

  1. Use Voice Moods to Show While You Tell:

Google Messages (beta) Voice Moods gives your voice messages a distinctive background and a dynamic emoji theme. You can more effectively convey your emotions in the present, whether you’re shocked, laughing, or feeling loved. To let people know how you’re feeling, include visual themes in your voice messages.

  1. Use Google Messages to communicate with more impact:

A full-screen animated emoji is shown for everyone to see when the standard thumbs up simply won’t do in Google Messages. Talk more animatedly and express to your friends your true levels of excitement, astonishment, and confusion.

  1. Use Google TV to get over ten additional free TV stations:

Google TV now offers over ten additional free channels, making it simpler to discover new favorites and watch the episodes you enjoy. Don’t worry about juggling several subscriptions; discover over 100 different free channels, including movie, sports, and game show networks. Look through Google TV’s more than 115 complimentary channels.

  1. Use your smartwatch to operate other smart home appliances and light groups.

You can now use your Wear OS smartwatch to activate and dock compatible smart appliances, like vacuums and mop sticks, thanks to additional controls for compatible devices. Controlling light groups for supper, study time, and anything in between may help instantly establish the tone. Using your wristwatch, you can simultaneously control several lights.

  1. Indicate to your smart home appliances whether you’re at home or away:

Verify that the functions of your smart home appliances are meeting your needs at the appropriate times. With the help of your Wear OS wristwatch, you can now quickly adjust your Google Home status to Home or Away, ensuring that your lights, doors, and cameras are secured and switched off while you’re away.

  1. Use Wear OS Assistant Routines to streamline everyday operations:

To help you do more while on the road, Assistant Routines will soon be available for voice command access directly from your Wear OS wearable.

  1. Streamline the process of using a security key to log in.

For websites or applications that ask for user verification, you may now establish a personalized PIN on your FIDO2 security keys, which will let you log in without having to remember awkward passwords. Your information will not be compromised in the event that your physical key is misplaced or stolen, since only your unique PIN number will be needed to access your credentials.

  1. Use your assistant to help you organize your day.

No matter where your Wear OS smartwatch takes you, get what you need when you need it. The recently appointed Assistant Important information, such as travel updates, weather warnings, and event reminders, is shown on your wrist thanks to the At a Glance shortcut on your watch face.

  1. Listen to AI explanations of images:

Individuals with limited vision and blindness may have to make educated guesses about the meaning of images in the absence of reliable written explanations. Whether it’s a photograph you just snapped, an image from an app or social networking platform, or a picture message from a friend, TalkBack now utilizes AI to build a description and read it out.

  1. Use live captioning to answer calls and access media.

Calls and media stored on devices are now easier to access. More languages will be added to Live Caption throughout the course of the next few weeks. It’s also going to be possible to text a response to a phone call while it’s still in progress, which means you won’t have to hear the caller or answer vocally.

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