Google has rolled out new features for Android and Wear OS in yet another service update package. They will earn within the next weeks, is spoken in the blog of the company.
The Google Keep app for Android will now allow you to place a single note widget on your desktop, such as a shopping list. Previously, the widget only offered a list of all saved notes. And Keep for Wear OS supports two new watch face shortcuts for quickly creating notes and lists using voice input.
Google Meet now offers call noise cancellation on more Android mobile devices, filtering out distracting background sounds (such as the sounds of a nearby construction site or the sounds of a lawn mower) during a call. Fast Pair technology will soon be able to connect new wireless headphones to a Chromebook with a single tap, and if they're already paired with an Android smartphone, a Chrome OS laptop will automatically pick up the headset.
Gboard's new Emoji Kitchen emoji generation tool now supports even more emoji combinations. The Chrome browser for Android will have an easy way to scale content while maintaining the layout of the web page. The feature is currently available in Chrome Beta.
Wear OS 3+ will introduce two new sound and display modes to improve watch accessibility. Mono audio will help reduce the disorientation caused by split audio, while color correction and grayscale modes will give you more options to change the watch display.