But more recently, users in a couple of new countries have been provided with the official Android Auto listing the Google Play Store, including here those in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Users who turned to reddit to confirm that Android Auto is now live in these two countries explain that they can “update it legitimately,” as seen in the screenshot here.
Others based the same countries, however, claim Android Auto isn’t available in the Google Play Store on their devices, so the app either rolls out in stages to these users or the Play Store updates are actually the result of the app originally being installed with the APK file.
In other words, if Android Auto is deployed using the dedicated APK installer, then updates are automatically served through the Google Play Store, and this is why some might be tempted to believe the app is now officially supported in their country.
But one user in the Netherlands says this isn’t the case, as updates through the Google Play Store weren’t possible before.
“I couldn’t update it through the store prior tot this, even with android 10. So I had to keep reinstalling through apk. Android auto seem to work different for a lot of people though. On my s9 plus it won’t show up in the store, even if I reinstall it on this phone (s10+)it will still show up in the store. On my phone it’s not a system app though,” one user explains.
Google is yet to officially announce the availability of Android Auto in more countries, so our only option is to actually wait until a confirmation on this is offered. Until then, a healthy dose of skepticism is definitely recommended.
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The lives of a troubled teen (Jamie Bell) and his younger brother (Devon Alan) are upended by the appearance of their ex-convict uncle (Josh Lucas), whom their widowed pig farmer father (Dermot Mulroney) had never told them existed.
Why It’s A Good Option for Kristen Stewart fans: Kristen Stewart plays young Lila, the one sparkle of hope that Jamie Bell’s Chris seems to have, in Undertow, a widely acclaimed but rarely seen rural thriller from David Gordon Green, the director of Pineapple Express, the 2018 slasher sequel Halloween, and another well-received rural tale of shady ex-cons, Joe.
Stream Undertow on Amazon Prime here.
Every new feature and change in iOS 14 beta 2 | Appleinsider – AppleInsider
Apple’s second beta version of iOS 14, released on Tuesday to developers, is packed full of small UI refinements and other notable features. This video covers them all.
Here’s everything new that we’ve found in iOS 14 beta 2. Get a better look by checking out our hands-on video.
New features and changes
- New calendar icon: The icon for the Calendar app now has the day of the week abbreviated instead of spelled out.
- Clock icon: The app icon for Clock has similarly been updated with thicker hands.
- New Files widget: Users can now add a Files widget to the Today view in small, medium or large sizes.
- Reminders widget: The small Reminders widget now shows a task along with the count.
- Widget add button matches the color of widget you are adding (Thanks to iHactuPro!
- Photos widget now comes in new 4×4 size (Thanks Nathanael Dufresne!)
- Old-style widgets are now the same width as the new-style widgets (Thanks Nathanael Dufresne!)
- Clipboard notification: Clipboard notifications now show which iCloud device you pasted from.
- Podcasts swap: The Library and Browse tabs have swapped places in Podcasts.
- Tweaked Home screen removal text: Apps added to the App Library — but not the Home screen — can now be deleted directly from within the App Library. The text has been updated to reflect that.
- Default audio apps on HomePod: Users can now select a third-party service as the default audio service for music, podcasts or audiobooks on HomePod.
- Tracking Report: Apple has renamed Track Report to “Privacy Report.” Trackers now work in the feature.
- Location Services banner: Apple has updated the Location Services disabled banner to read “Location Services is off.”
- Buttons within the Music app now have Haptic feedback
- Mentions in the Messages app now appear in blue
- iPadOS Home app: Automations now appear in sidebar in the Home app on iPad.
- Hidden feature reveals Apple Pay might soon support QR codes with Code Payments.
While we’ve done our best to track down any changes we’ve found in this beta, it is by no mean an exhaustive list of everything Apple’s changed this time around.
Galaxy Note 20 will considerably improve the S Pen’s pointer functionality – SamMobile
The S Pen is the best stylus that exists in the world of smartphones, and with every new Galaxy Note flagship, Samsung introduces fancy new S Pen features. However, the basic experience of using the S Pen hasn’t changed much in the last couple of years, with Samsung only focusing on somewhat gimmicky functionality with each new Note. But that could be changing this year, as the Korean giant is improving an S Pen function that has been around for many years.
YouTube Jimmy is Promo, who gave us our first real look at the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra earlier this week, has now posted another image of the phone, this time showing the extensive S Pen pointer customization options that will be introduced with the new flagship. The S Pen has always worked as a basic pointer, and hovering it over some features can reveal what an item is or what it does.
With the Galaxy Note 20 series, it seems the S Pen pointer will allow users to navigate around the interface (similar to how a computer mouse works) by pressing and holding the S Pen button. One will be able to customize the pointer’s speed. There’s also some customization for when the S Pen is used as a laser pointer for things such as viewing presentations in PowerPoint. You will be able to change the pointer’s color and size and add a trail to the pointer, just like you can add a mouse trail on a Windows PC.
Being able to use the S Pen to navigate around the interface would be extremely useful when using the Note 20/Note 20 Ultra in DeX mode, and it would also be a great hands-free tool in general use. However, we will have to wait and see how exactly it will work and how good the implementation is. Thankfully, we will find out soon enough – Samsung has officially confirmed that the Galaxy Note 20 will be launched at a virtual Unpacked event on August 5, alongside possibly the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and the Galaxy S7/S7+.
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