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Android competitor in the week of July 19, 2019

MacRumors This week's major Apple news was just about every Apple news page and YouTube report channel dealing with physical models of the alleged iPhone 11 (or iPhone XI). We've also heard bad Apple iPhone loyalty news and many new details about the upcoming 2020 iPhones, including the advanced processor that is said to be on the move. For the …

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Google brings 65 new emoji for Android Q, including sloth and waffles

Whether you're using high fives, poop or kisses, emoji has become an integral part of web-based conversations around the world. The emoji pool is constantly expanding, and now Google has announced that it will provide more for Android. The company has announced to release 65 new Emoji for Android as part of World Emoji Day. Some of the most notable …

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Android Q Beta 5 lands today

Android Q Beta 5 lands today officially. As expected, not many changes or new features are provided. This is the first developer-released release candidate to test their apps before final release later this summer. However, there are some new improvements in Beta 5. The cornerstone to activate the wizard (combined with the new animation that was only discovered yesterday) is …

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Android Q Beta 5: The gesture navigation is further improved

Before Beta 5 was released this afternoon, one of the biggest changes we've seen in Android Q overall was the new gesture navigation. With Beta 5, it's clear that gestures have been Google's biggest focus, and that's reflected in the end product. The best gifts for Android users & # 39; gesture navigation & # 39; has a simpler name …

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The gestures of Android Q are still in flux in today's beta version

Google today released Beta 5 for Android Q. The big change is a confirmation of what we already suspected: an optimization of how the back gesture works. The back gesture now works differently depending on the app you're using. Google has now reached the gesture to call the Google Assistant. Let's start with the back gesture. If, starting from this …

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