Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Google relses first One software update

After the successful launced of Google first Android based Smartphone Google One, now Google has relsed a firmware update for its One smartphone, which fixes a few bugs whilst also bringing some pretty major ftures.

The first change is that under the All Apps menu, Google Goggles will now be available directly from your One, with Google saying, “Just use your One camera to start srching the web.” Google Maps has undergone an update, bringing it to version 3.4, with the following changes (according to Google’s One blog post):

* Starred items synchronized with maps.google.com – access your favorite places from your phone or computer.
* Srch suggestions from your personal maps.google.com history – makes it sy to srch places you’ve srched for before.
* Night mode in Google Maps Navigation – automatically changes your screen at night for sier viewing and driving.

Perhaps the biggest improvement, however, is that the One now supports a pinch-to-zoom gesture in the Browser, Maps and Gallery appliions. This is a pretty major fture for users of the phone, who will no doubt get a lot of use out of it. Lastly, Google fixed some 3G issues, mning it should now have somewhat improved connectivity.

The firmware will download over the air if you own a One, mning you should see a notifiion in the phone’s status bar when it’s rdy to be installed. If you don’t, be patient – Google hopes that everyone will have the update by the end of the week.

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