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Google Play August System Update Goes Live with AutoFill UI and Material You Additions – Digikar

📱 2022-08-18 11:53:00 – Paris/France.

You’ll soon be able to browse your Android’s help app in Material You

Google has just launched Android 13 to the public, but brand new versions of Android aren’t the only updates coming to modern Android devices. Google started offering public changelogs for Google Play system updates this year. These are builds that upgrade some of your phone’s underlying infrastructure without touching the operating system itself, as Google has detached some modules to make them easier to modify on the fly. The latest online are the August 2022 patch notes, and they have some nice improvements in store for us.

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Compared to the July 2022 release, there have been no updates to the Play Store partition of Play Services – the changelog remains exactly the same for both updates here.

Those who frequent the Android Help app for help will get a nice update, though. Google notes that it replaced the app’s theme with one with Material You’s dynamic colors. There’s also a new settings screen for Google Play Services which is supposed to offer cleaner visuals and better control.

August 2022

Google Play Store

  • Improvements to Play-as-you-download functionality to allow gamers to start playing mobile games while the app download continues to reduce wait times.[3]
  • New features to help you discover the apps and games you love.[3]
  • Optimizations allowing faster and more reliable download and installation.[3]
  • New features of the Play Pass and Play Points programs.[3]
  • Google Play billing improvements.[3]
  • Ongoing improvements to Play Protect to protect your device.[3]
  • Various performance optimizations, bug fixes, and security, stability, and accessibility improvements.[3]

Support

  • [Phone] This release adds link groups to GoogleHelp to give users step-by-step help instructions from apps.[2]
  • [Phone] Adds Material 3 dynamic color support in Android Help.[2]

System management and diagnostics

  • [Phone] New settings screens provide better visibility and control of Google Play Services features on your device.[2]

Utilities

  • [Phone] New user interface for autofill.[2]

Wallet

  • [Phone] Allows users to add new e-money cards to Google Pay to pay in transit and in stores in Japan.[2]

Developer Services

  • New developer features for Google and third-party app developers to support location and context-related developer services in their apps.[2]

System management

  • Updates to system management services that improve security and stability.[2]

[2] Available via Google Play Services v33.22 updated 08/18/2022

[3] Available via Google Play Store v31.1 updated 07/28/2022.

Another interesting addition is a new user interface for AutoFill. While we don’t have this new interface on any of our devices just yet, we’ll be on the lookout for exactly what has changed as the new update rolls out.

All of these updates are available through Google Play Store version 33.22, which was released on August 18 and is currently rolling out. To check your current version, open the Play Store, tap your account icon, go to Settings then the About section. Here you can both view the current version and update it. You might not get the latest version right away because Google uses a staged rollout model and only makes new versions available to more people over time. , even if you mash this button.

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