Google has released new messaging and accessibility features for Android

Google has released new messaging and accessibility features for Android

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  • “From more expressive ways to message your friends, to subtle but smart upgrades to entertainment and accessibility, we ensure that every interaction with your Android device is more helpful than the last,” Ghosh added. Previously available on Pixel phones, custom text stickers will soon be available to all Android Gboard users typing in English-US, allowing you to type what you want to say, select a design, and share your message with your nearest and dearest.

  • Google has announced that new upgrades to GBoard, Emoji Kitchen, and several of its accessibility tools are coming soon. Google has released new messaging and accessibility features for Android. Google has released new improvements for GBoard, Emoji Kitchen, and other of its accessibility features in San Francisco. According to the firm, it is continually introducing new features and upgrades in order to better interact with people. In a blog post, Angana Ghosh, Director, Product Management, Android, wrote, “Today, we’re delivering a series of enhancements to make your phone stand out as much as you do.”

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