Chrome For Android Is Shifting To 64-bit For Performance Optimization


Google announced in December 2017 that Google Play Store will require new apps and app updates to provide with 64-bit versions in addition to their 32-bit versions to ensure apps are built on latest APIs optimized for security and performance. Almost all Android devices can run 64-bit apps. Now, the 64-bit Chrome for Android is imminent. But, the app only supports Android devices running at least Android 10. Older devices that do not support Android 10 will keep running the 32-bit version of the web browser. If you visit chrome://version on the Chrome Stable (version 83) and Chrome Beta (version 84) for Android, you will notice they are listed as 32-bit applications. However, Chrome Dev (version 85) and Chrome Canary, (version 86) show 64-bit. So, it is certain that the next versions of the browser will switch to 64-bit.  Read More

If You Set This Image As Your Wallpaper, Your Android Phone Will Get Bricked

Wallpaper-GoogleAs per the latest news, there is a particular wallpaper doing rounds that actually has a setting which can soft-brick your phone. The issue persisted because of the colour-coding of the image, which exceeded the bounds of what Google Android 10 phones could handle. The image also could to an entire crash in your device which will make it non-usable in the future. Read More

Android 10 Devices Will Come Pre-Installed With YouTube Music

Google has announced that it will be including Youtube Music by default in each of the upcoming Android 10 smartphones. Basically if you buy a new Android device running on Android 10, you won’t have to install the App separately. Also, the YouTube Music App will take the place of Google Play Music on Android 10 operating system. Read More

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