Google has announced several new updates for Android, including new messaging and accessibility features. For messaging,
Google is introducing a new conversation extension that will allow users to continue their conversations across different apps.
This will be particularly useful for group chats, where users can quickly switch between apps without losing their place.
Google is also making a number of improvements to accessibility features on Android, including a new vision settings menu that will make it easier for users to adjust their display settings.
Additionally, Google is introducing a new audio playback setting that will allow users to automatically pause or resume playback when they stop or start using their device.
These new updates are designed to improve the user experience on Android and make it more convenient and accessible for all users.