Password Checkup will let you know if your password has been exposed
Google added the password check feature in Chrome back in 2019 Basically, Google tracks hacks that reveal passwords – these passwords are now insecure as hackers can easily try to use them to log in.
And now when you enter a password in an app with Autofill, you will receive a warning if that password is leaked and instructions on what to do next and this feature works on phones running Android 9 and above.
Messages can schedule texts
And the Messages app (for phones running Android 7 and above) has been updated to support text scheduling .. You write your message in advance, choose the time it should be sent and the app will take care of the rest.
Google is enabling password checking on Android, and is launching five usability features
To activate the feature, press and hold the Send button and a popup will appear allowing you to choose the time and date In order to be clear, you must launch the Google Messages app for this to work.
TalkBack Android makes it affordable for blind and partially sighted users
TalkBack is an Android screen reader. You can navigate the entire user interface without looking at the screen using notes and spoken gestures, and Google has worked with the blind and partially sighted communities to develop more intuitive gestures, a new menu to control reading, and more.
Google Assistant can receive requests even if the phone is locked
Google Assistant has learned new skills and you can now use them even if the phone is locked. You can say things like “Hi Google, set an alarm” or “Hi Google, play pop music on Spotify.”
You can also enable the assistant’s lock screen personal results feature, which will allow you to send text messages and make calls with voice commands.
And everything needs a dark mode – even Google Maps. You can activate it permanently by going to the app’s settings (click on your account picture in the upper right), then “Theme” and choosing “The always in dark theme”. Also available “Always in Light Theme”.
And Google is enabling password checking on Android, and it’s launching five usability features
Android Auto makes better use of your car screen
Google has added shortcuts to the Android Auto launch screen for quick access to contacts. You can also ask the “helper” about the weather and then ask them to set the thermostat. Cars with wider screens gain the split screen multi-tasking – it can view Google Maps and music controls side by side. You can also adjust what appears on the vehicle screen by setting the Privacy Screen.
And you can set wallpapers and if you get bored, you can play sound-based games like trivia and “Jeopardy!” All this is available on phones running Android 6.0 and later.
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