Gboard gets new features, accessibility applications, and more in the latest Android release.

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Updates for Gboard stickers, Play Points, and accessibility applications are among the new features coming to Android phones, according to Google. After debuting unique text stickers for Pixel phones in March, the firm is now offering them to all Android smartphones. You may now convert text into a personalized sticker while typing. Users will be able to input what they want to say and then choose a design to convey their message, according to Google. Users in the United States who type in English will soon have access to the new personalized text stickers.

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In addition, the business is releasing over 1,600 new Emoji Kitchen combinations to allow users to express themselves through the creation of new hybrid emojis. Google is also releasing new rainbow-themed stickers to commemorate Pride Month.

The Sound Amplifier app, which is developed for persons with hearing impairments, will also get better background noise reduction. The program amplifies and filters crucial noises in your environment using your phone. The app now has a revised user interface that Google claims is simpler to use, as well as quicker and more accurate sound.

The Lookout app, which is meant for those with limited vision or blindness and uses your phone's camera to deliver information about the environment around you, has also received new improvements. The app will gain a new "Images" option that will allow users to hear a description of an image using Google's newest machine learning model. Lookout's Text mode, Documents mode, Food label mode, and Explore mode have all been updated to make it more accurate. The app now functions without requiring a Wi-Fi or data connection when used offline.

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In a blog post, Angana Ghosh, the director of product management at Android, wrote, "We're launching a series of changes to make your phone stand out as much as you do." "Every contact with your Android smartphone is more useful than the previous, from more expressive ways to message your pals to subtle but sensible enhancements to entertainment and accessibility." These changes complement the numerous ways Android currently assists you in connecting with others and the environment around you."

Finally, Google Play Points may now be used to purchase in-app things without having to leave the game or app. You may use your Play Points to pay for the whole purchase or split the cost between Play Points and another method of payment. In nations where Play Points is accessible, the new upgrade will be rolled out over the next few weeks.

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