Google has made it much easier to share media between different devices
As part of the May update of its mobile services, Google released an improved Nearby Share option, similar in functionality to AirDrop from competitors of the “apple brand”. This update is designed to make it easier to transfer data between devices.
The essence of the update is that when transferring media files, texts and links between devices with the same active account, you do not need to receive confirmation from the second device.
Among other changes to the services, it is worth noting the redesign of the Google Help interface in the style of Material You. The company also fixed general errors in services, accelerated the option to launch games before the end of the installation from the marketplace, improved the search for games and software. More changes can be found here.
Access to the updated functionality of the services requires updating Google Play services to version 22.15 and Google Play Store to version 30.3.
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