Now, is the doorbell ringing in the Google Play Store? Yes, it is! From now on, a small bell will appear in the search bar in the Google Play Store when there are new announcements. Google has introduced a small icon with animation for this, which will briefly appear and inform you about the number of new announcements. Whenever you reopen the Play Store after a while. No sound or anything like that.
The search bar is now longer than the empty shell for search queries
Google suggests in the search bar From the redesigned version of the Play Store About the collected game points, small and obscure, but still a little colorful. The aforementioned hour appears from this weekend. It disappears, jingles abbreviated into an animated form, and then disappears very quickly everywhere. You can see all notifications via the new main menu on the back of your profile picture.
Even soft fingers will not help you and you will not be able to tap the bell that is displayed. You should always go to the main menu to access your notifications. Maybe if you ask me it would have been resolved a little differently. But Google can change this function at any time with a little work, and there may be additional comments from other users.
Play Store: Adjustment has been on the rise recently, with faster application installation now possible
Google is now replacing the Play Store bit by bit on Android. There are other discoveries and changes along the way. Personally, I’m constantly waiting for all the other content to come out, focusing only on apps and games. At least things are moving in that direction now, as Google is opening up its new credit sourcing functionality for application installations.
With the help of analyzed user data, Google improves the installation of applications. New function Seems to be one of the first users now Available Should be. Google promises to give users and developers three points:
- Speed up the installation of apps from Google Play.
- Minimize the time it takes to open and run applications.
- Minimize loads on your device’s CPU, battery and memory.
If the new function is available, it will appear in the settings as “App install optimization” (German name varies).
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