Google has recently introduced several new changes to the Google Play system, which includes the Play Store and Play Services as its main applications. In an earlier update, the company made changes to the multiple functions under the Google Play Store, like the ads section, a new feature to uninstall apps on connected devices, and many more.
Additionally, the Google Play services have also received some new features and improvements under multiple heads, including account management, developer services, system management, and utilities. Now, with the fresh update, the company has brought more utility features for device connectivity and developer services.
According to the latest changelog, it is getting new developer features for Google and third-party app developers to support device connectivity-related processes in their apps. Now it is possible to give feedback on QR barcode detection issues, as well as a new entry point added for the privacy sandbox for Android 11. For more information, you can check the official changelog below.
Google Play services
- [Wear] new developer features for Google and third-party app developers to support device connectivity-related processes in their apps.
- [Phone] You can now give feedback on QR barcode detection issues.
- [Phone] A new settings entry point has been added for the Privacy Sandbox on Android 11.
If you want to take advantage of the latest features, then you have to install the latest update of Google Play Services, which is coming with version 23.50. To check or install the latest update, you can visit the official Play Store page through this link.
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