A Google has a wide range of applications for its own Android operating system, often with exclusive functions or first to arrive on this platform. Such is the case with the latest application update Contacts, by Googlewith a new tab that gives us access to highlights.
The Google Contacts application for Android received a new tab for quick access to the most used contacts in order to streamline its use. It should be noted that this is the default SMS application for millions of Android smartphone users around the world, so its impact on everyday life will be felt.
Featured tab is an Android app exclusive
The Google Contacts application is currently one of the most used apps by Android users to manage their phone numbers and contact information. It’s simple, free, intuitive and really works as you’d expect.
However, until now this app only had two essential tabs, the Contacts tab and the Manage and Fix options with more advanced options. However, with the latest update, via the Google Play Store, we have good news.
At issue is a third tab rightly called Highlights that works as a favorites area. In practice, the contacts most used in recent times by the user are presented here, in order to give us quick access to them.
Separator gathers our most used contacts in the Google app
The news was first detected by the publication 9to5Google with the feature also arriving in Portugal in recent days. All they have to do is update the Google Contacts app via the Play Store and enjoy the news.
The feature is really useful in gathering not only the favorite contacts in the new Highlights section, but also the most used contacts in recent times. We also have more options for managing our contacts in the Correct and manage tab.
This Google application is one of the simplest and also one of the most useful. There we can manage our contacts succinctly and effectively, with a clear presentation and easy-to-follow instructions.
Finally, if you haven’t received the update yet, you can access its listing on the Play Store and install the latest version to enjoy Google news.
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