Google has introduced the newest of its common Android ‘Function Drop’ releases, bringing seven new options to Google-powered smartphones, tablets and smartwatches.
Maybe headlining the brand new characteristic set, though Google locations on the backside of its weblog publish, is the flexibility to go looking the darkish internet for a Gmail tackle.
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With darkish internet report, now obtainable for Google account holders within the US, customers can “run scans to see in case your Gmail tackle has been uncovered on the darkish internet, and obtain steerage on the actions you possibly can take to guard your self on-line.”
Google plans to develop this characteristic to incorporate 20 extra nations within the coming months, so we will assume the UK shall be amongst these.
There’s additionally a helpful-sounding studying observe characteristic for Google Books. For books marked with the Apply badge, youthful readers will be capable of hear the right pronunciation of bizarre phrases and likewise observe that pronunciation. Fairly cool.
Google has additionally launched three new Android residence display screen widgets for telephones and tablets. They’ll offer you personalised suggestions from Google TV, in addition to Google Finance and Google Information.
The Spotify Put on OS app can also be getting an replace to incorporate the recently-released Spotify DJ characteristic. The AI-powered characteristic is designed to ship a personalised array of streaming content material, full with a DJ explaining precisely why it serving up the tunes or podcasts. The app additionally options new tiles and watch face shortcuts for Spotify on Put on OS.
Talking of Put on OS, there’s quick entry to a Google Preserve word through pinned lists, whereas there are new aquatic themed emoji mashups obtainable throughout the Gboard keyboard app.