However, accessing photos stored locally on your phone is a daunting task. For those of you who don’t know, these images can be found within a folder called “Library”, located at the bottom of the tab.
According to the Google News-Telegram group, Google is making it easier to find your locally stored screenshots and other folders. A new shortcut located at the top of the Home Photos screen will help you with that.
The Telegram group shared a few screenshots (attached below) that will help you understand better. Screenshots show a shortcut that is hard to miss on the app’s home screen. In addition, the shortcut will also show you the number of new photos added to a folder.
Google Photos Shortcut is a recent version of the app
The new card will not be limited to screenshots (via-AndroidPolice). Google Images may also show newly updated folders with new media files and may be displayed on the home screen, but examples are not available.
Google Photos may also show this card to recommend recently updated albums or other galleries. It may use machine learning to show you what the app thinks you might want to see.
Recently, Google Photos introduced a feature that allows users to change the date or time of an image. This is useful as you now do not need to open the Google Photos desktop version to do so.
In addition, the Android app has received Material You makeover with new home screen design features. However, the new Google Photos shortcut comes out with a server-side update.
Google is testing a new design for Google Search image viewer
Google always does various experiments to provide its best to the users. In a recent development, the Android maker is reportedly testing a new design for the image viewer in Search. This new change is in line with the dynamic theme system of Android 12 called Materia You.
Material You and its dynamic coloring engine are still very fresh for Android users and app designers. With a lot of experimentation going on, the tech maker already starting to own more improvements. It sounds pretty impressive.
According to 9to5Google, the redesigned Image Viewer UI has reached some users on both, the mobile web version of search and within the Android app. This may soon roll out widely. Maybe you are one of the lucky ones who got it, if not you can watch the preview below.
The screenshot shows that image previews still occupy the top half of the screen. Regardless, the site name and favicon are now shown in a bullet in the upper-left corner of the preview. The close button ‘x’ has been moved to the top right from the top left and next to it, there’s a three-dot menu button with Share and Bookmark options.
Moreover, the webpage name and article title are huge in the redesigned layout, but they still appear right below the image preview. However, the ‘Visit’ button has been moved to the lower-left corner and follows Android 12’s dynamic theme system with the rest of the UI elements below the preview.
Finally, scrollable related images are now shown in a carousel that can be expanded, whereas, the Google Lens button is now in a prominent position in the lower-left corner.
Google Pay updated to version 145.2.1, check what’s new
Google Pay is a well-known online payment application created by Google to make fast online payments from mobile phones. It is a simple and useful way of managing money so that you can understand your spending and savings more clearly.
In addition, the application also supports passes such as coupons, boarding passes, campus ID cards, car keys, movie tickets, public transportation tickets, store cards, health records, and loyalty cards. Apart from this, it offers various features, some of which are mentioned below.
If you want to use the most recent features and changes of Google pay, then just keep updating it to the latest version from the Google play store.
Google Pay Update Tracker
- Make Payments fast and easy
- Organize and understand your money
- Earn rewards you can use right away
- Double down on cashback
- Authentication for every payment
- Keeping your private information safe
- All your transactions, altogether
- Shop online
Samsung Nice Catch updated to version 1.1.01.4, check what’s new
Good Lock’s Nice Catch module is a part of the notification gesture in Samsung Galaxy devices. It provides a detailed history of when apps made vibrations, changed the ringer mode, changed call mode, displayed ads, showed toast popups, or woke up the screen, along with time intervals for all instances.
With this app, you can choose not to save screen capture images to the clipboard, and automatically activate Do Not Disturb when screen recording. If you want to experience the newest feature of this app, then keep updating it. For further information, you can check the features of the Samsung Nice Catch mentioned below.
Samsung Nice Catch Update Tracker
January 24, 2022
December 07, 2021
Samsung Nice Catch Features:
Nice Catch is made to let you know which application starts the vibrations and annoys you.
- Vibration History: This shows a list of applications that made vibration.
- Ringer mode History: This Show a list of application that changed ringer mode.
- Call mode History: This shows a list of applications that changed call mode.
- Toast History: The histories of toast popup history.
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