Google improves Android messaging, accessibility, and other features

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All Gboard users who type in English-US will now be able to turn their words into text stickers. This feature was previously available on Pixel phones, but now other Android users will be able to send custom text stickers to their friends and family. Google also announced new emoji combinations in Emoji Kitchen. There are more than 1,600 new emoji mashups, including raining soccer balls and a winking hotdog. Google also revealed new Pride stickers for Pride Month.

Gboard, Lookout, Sound Amplifier, and more Android apps have been upgraded by Google. More Gboard users will be able to send text stickers to their friends. Filtering away background noise to assist people hear, or reading the description of a picture to persons who have impaired eyesight or are blind, are examples of accessibility feature enhancements. On Thursday, Google released an update for Android users that included new messaging and accessibility capabilities.

Highlights

  • Google also said users with Google Play Points will soon be able to use those points for in-app items at checkout, without leaving an app or game. The updates are being rolled out to users in the coming weeks, so they might not be available to you just yet. Google to Fold Duo Into Meet to Create Single Video-Calling App. Google Changed How It Filters Your Skin: All About the New 10-Tone Scale. Amazon Customers Can’t Buy Books on Kindle App for Android Anymore

  • The accessibility apps Sound Amplifier and Lookout also received updates. Sound Amplifier’s update is designed to reduce background noise, bring faster and improved sound and improve the user interface so it’s easier to see. Lookout’s update brings users Image mode, which will read a description of an image to you. Lookout will also work offline now without Wi-Fi or data. Text mode, Documents mode, Food Label mode and Explore mode are all receiving updates as well.

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