Google launches the Android Go App
Search giant Google has launched a new app Android Go edition, especially for smartphone users. This new application is reportedly named as the ‘Go edition’ of Android that brings smartphones running 1.5GB or reduces time to the latest version of Android without having them for a long time.
Google also has supporting toned-downed apps and recent addition to that is the new Camera Go app. This application has just launched, and will first be available on Nokia’s entry-level handset Nokia 1.3. The sources confirmed that this app will reach other Android Go handsets soon.
This Android Go application has an optimized version of Google apps for Android including Google Maps, Gallery, Google Assistant, Files, Gmail.
Google states that they have built this app for smartphone users for the first time and it has a clean and simple interface. Google states that they have designed this app specifically for smartphone users and we have tried indulging in a clean and simple interface. Google has also made an announcement regarding the translation application as it will enable us to transcribe foreign language speed in real-time. The feature is currently in the developing process and rolling out for Android users around the world. Google transcribe features will soon be available in the market as experts are constantly working on the same. This feature will surprise users with eight different languages including French, Hindi, Portuguese, Spanish, German, Thai, and Russian.
HMD Global’s Nokia 1.3 is considered the first handset to release with this app. The availability of this app is expected to be in April and has been priced at Rs. 7,600. Moreover, it offers a single back camera of 8-megapixel resolution and a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper. It manages to provide a 5.71-inch HD+Display with a 19:9 ratio. This smartphone from Nokia has a Qualcomm 1M215 processor and offers a single storage variant of 1GB+16GB along with a microSD card of 400GB.
Google confirms that the Camera Go app comes with the promise of no hassle in terms of both storage and speed. It comes up with support for Portrait Mode and lets users track photos and video storage space left on their devices and then they can clear up space accordingly.