Google Play Store 10.0.7 APK Update Download Available with Latest Changes

  • Google Play Store 10.0.7 APK Update Download Available with Latest Changes

Google Play Store 10.0.7 APK Update Download Available with Latest Changes

Google has been accused by software giant Oracle of exfiltrating up 1GB of data from Android phones every month without the explicit consent of users. Android P, however, could bring a new "Automatic" color mode to the Pixel 2. We also know that Qualcomm is planning to launch new smartwatch chips for later in 2018 that Google will be hoping gives its smartwatches a much needed boost.

A new version of Android heading to smartphones is set to revolutionise the way users interact with the Google-developed operating system.

Wear OS Phone has a feature called Quick Replies that allows you to reply to a call using SMS, much like you can now do on your Android phone. The data is apparently used to help target users for advertising according to their location.

Google says users are also able to control what ads they receive.

While staying undercover, the malicious app has a background service that constantly checks the device's network connectivity status. The new Android version also incorporates IPhone-like gestures and functionalities which are smarter than the previous Android versions. While we're still waiting for some miracle breakthrough in battery tech, Google is continually plugging away on the software side to maximize performance from our phone batteries.

"For example, any Android user is familiar with Google Maps" nag screen: "To continue, turn on device location, which uses Google's location services" - and rather than "yes/no" as the choice, that dialogue offers "Cancel" and "OK".

On stage at I/O, Google mentioned a new feature for Android P called Adaptive Battery.

"The more we get into this inquiry the more we realise there are lots of issues (around) competition and privacy". But what really took me by surprise was the expansion of the beta program to phones from seven different Android manufacturers beyond Google's own Pixel phones. In March, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled in Oracle's favour, ruling that Google did, in fact, steal intellectual property from Oracle "when it adopted Java naming protocols for Android app developers". The upcoming phones are likely to have a function to un-pause the feature.

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