In a few hours, or even days, you will be able to add new Google widgets to your iOS 14 interface. After having released one for GMail at the beginning of the week and, previously, quick access versions to Google Photos, YouTube Music or its official search app, Google passes the third. It announces the imminent arrival of widgets for its Drive and Fit apps.
They are already available in some countries and are being rolled out to the rest of the planet, stay tuned if you are interested in these two.
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Others are in development in Google’s development studios, including one for Calendar. She is due to arrive in the next few weeks according to the blog post posted last night. A Chrome widget is also due to arrive next year and if you can’t wait, a beta is already available for download.
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Depending on the nature of the widget and the application it is used to highlight, the features directly accessible from its interface vary. These are the most used features that are often put forward, the others remaining accessible only by opening the traditional app.
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Chrome’s is however very comprehensive since you can access, among other things, bookmarks, a QR code scanner or even open a browser window in private mode, all with a simple push of the thumb.
Source : Blog Google