Tech Wrap: YouTube.com gets PWA, Google Photos gets optimised for tablets
More tech news includes Android 12 getting double tap on back gestures and Apple explaining how MagSafe accessories can interfere with medical devices.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Google Photos for Android got a tablet optimised interface. On the other hand, YouTube.com we got to know that YouTube.com is now available to install as a Progressive Web App.
Here's what happened in tech today:
Android 12 could bring double-tap on gesture back
A new report says that Google is planning to bring back the ‘double-tap' feature codenamed ‘Columbus' on Pixel phones with Android 12.
Google Photos for Android gets tablet-optimized interface
Google is releasing an optimised version of Google Photos that has been updated keeping in view the interface of Android tablets. Here are all the details.
Apple explains how MagSafe accessories can interfere with medical devices
Apple today added a paragraph to its support web page explaining how the sensors may respond to magnets and radio that is found in iPhone and MagSafe accessories. Apple said that electromagnetic fields that may interfere with these medical devices.
YouTube․com is now available to install as a Progressive Web App
Google has added YouTube.com to the list of its Progressive Web Apps. The move follows the likes of Google Music and TV that were added to the list recently.
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