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  1. Google has released the final beta build of Android 12 adding a couple of changes to the overall design of the OS. A new lock screen shortcut, a new clock widget, and a redesigned calculator app, a new widget called “Paint Chip” are some of the headline features of the Android 12 Beta 5 update. As pointed out by 9to5Google, the Clock app now respects the Material You colors — it’s now responsive to your wallpaper’s color. The Clock app also has a revamped timer, and it looks beautiful. The final beta update extends the availability of the Material You design to the Calculator app as well. The buttons in the Calculator app are now circled, and that makes it a lot like the iOS Calculator app. Image: 9to5google Apart from extending the availability of the Material You design to some of its stock apps, Google has also added changes to other areas of the OS. For example, the final beta build adds a universal search bar within the app drawer of the Pixel launcher, enabling users to search for items like system settings, apps, contacts, and pretty much everything that’s in your phone. Also, the final beta update has added some changes to the lock screen. The updated lock screen now has all your smart home shortcuts and Google Wallet shortcut. Image: XDA Talking about the Paint Chip widget, it can only be unlocked after dialing the clock in Android 12’s Easter egg to midnight(via XDA). It shows you the color palette, which is generated by monet, of your wallpaper. Tapping on each item will show you the exact color value and framework entry. Image: XDA The latest beta update also includes other minor changes, you can learn about them in this post published by XDA-Developers. Meanwhile, Google will release the stable Android 12 update in a few weeks, but if you cannot wait to try out the latest version of Android, you can install the beta update on your supported Pixel smartphone. You can follow The Verge‘s guide on how to install the beta update. Android 12’s last beta build released: new animation and Material You makeover
  2. Microsoft Launcher app has received an update on Android. Taking the app to version 6.210602.1.994620, the update adds age restriction on telemetry data, fixes for known issues. Also, the latest version of the launcher app no longer has the cricket widget. You can read the full official changelog below. Changelog Age restrictions on telemetry data were added. The cricket widget was removed. Other known issues were fixed for an improved experience. You can install the Microsoft Launcher app from the below link, or you can get it by going to the Google Play Store. Microsoft Launcher Developer: Microsoft Corporation Price: Free Latest Microsoft Launcher update brings new features and bug fixes
  3. It has Android 11 and an SoC that would be at home in a 2020 flagship smartphone. The Lenovo P12 Pro, pictured with its keyboard, pen, and kickstand case. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Android tablets are coming back—honestly—and next out of the gate with a flagship iPad Pro-style tablet (after Xiaomi) is Lenovo. Say hello to the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro, a $609.99 high-end Android tablet with an optional pen, kickstand case, and clip-on keyboard. In the low-competition world of Android tablets, the P12 Pro looks pretty good. A 12.6-inch, 2500x1600 (16:10) OLED display dominates the front of the device, while the frame and back are aluminum. It's rare to see the Snapdragon 870 SoC that powers the device, but the chip represents a small clock increase to the Snapdragon 865 from 2020 flagship smartphones. It's a 7 nm chip with four Cortex A77 cores and four Cortex A55 cores. The starter model comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and an upgraded SKU comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. There's a 10,200 mAh battery, a fingerprint reader integrated into the side power button, a USB-C port with 45 W Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0 compatibility, Wi-Fi up to version 6 (802.11ax) with a 2x2 MIMO antenna, and a microSD slot. There are four speakers, but you'll need to use the included USB-C-to-3.5 mm adapter if you want to use normal headphones. For cameras, you get a front 8 MP sensor and a ToF sensor (presumably for face unlock), plus two rear cameras, a 13 MP main camera and a 5 MP wide-angle. The device ships with Android 11. If you can't tell from the pictures, there are a few accessories for the P12 Pro, none of which we have pricing info for. Four pogo pins on the bottom of the tablet handle power and communication with the clip-on keyboard. This is a full-size keyboard and trackpad combo, and Lenovo is promising "a satisfying 1.3 mm key travel with a compact 19.0 mm key pitch reminiscent of our beloved, bouncier keyboard technologies." That's on par with many of Lenovo's laptop keyboards. The "Lenovo Precision Pen 3" can magnetically attach to the side of the tablet, where it can be wirelessly charged. You can also use the pen buttons as a remote control for the camera or music player. A kickstand folio case is available as well. With the P12 Pro, Lenovo is also launching "Project Unity," a Windows and Android pairing system that lets you use your Lenovo tablet as a wireless second monitor for your Lenovo Windows PC. If you're wedded to the Lenovo hardware ecosystem, you can do things like sharing documents across devices or using pen input on your Windows PC via the Android tablet. There are still a lot of pricing questions for the P12 Pro and its accessories. The base model—Wi-Fi only, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage—will be $609.99 in North America and launches in October. Europe, the Middle East, and Africa will get a cellular version of the tablet, which is not coming to North America, starting at €899. Lenovo clones the iPad Pro with the $610 P12 Pro (To view the article's image gallery, please visit the above link)
  4. Microsoft has brought their latest Stable version of Edge to Android, with Edge 93 now rolling out to Android users. The update does not bring any UI changes to the browser, unlike on the desktop where it brings Vertical Tab improvements, but it does bring a number of under the hood changes, such as the removal of 3DES in TLS and policies to bypass ClickOnce and DirectInvoke prompts, and of course a number of security improvements. Microsoft has recently merged the code base for the desktop and mobile versions, meaning features can flow more easily from the desktop to the mobile client. Previously the Edge for Android browser was stuck on Chromium 77, which is far from ideal for security. You can download the latest version of Edge for Android from the Google Play store here. Microsoft Edge: Web Browser Developer: Microsoft Corporation Price: Free via Techdows Microsoft updates Edge for Android to Edge 93
  5. Google says that users of some Android phone models are affected by a Google App bug preventing them from making and receiving calls. "After the latest update to the Google Search App on Android, the users of certain mobile phones are experiencing difficulty in receiving and making calls," a Google community manager said earlier today. The company has released an update that should likely fix this known issue on impacted Android devices. "We are currently looking into the matter and have released a new version of the app which should address the issue," Google added. While most users' phones will automatically install the Google app update the search giant published on Sunday, those who have disabled automatic updates on their device will have to install it manually from the Google Play Store. However, given that the Google Android app has over 5 billion installs worldwide, some percentage of users are likely still affected even with automatic updates toggled on. To ensure that you have the latest version installed on your phone, you need to follow these steps to update it manually: Search for the 'Google' app on 'Google Play' (or click here). Tap the Update button. LG devices likely the ones affected by the bug While Google did not share the Android phone models impacted by this Google app bug, user reports over the weekend have only mentioned LG devices such as LG G7, LG G7 ThinQ, LG V40 ThinQ, and LG Q70. Users confirmed Google's findings, saying that they could only make calls after reaching out to their carriers' support team and uninstalling or updating the buggy Google app version. "You need a lot more vigilance on QA for your updates so they the patch/update doesn't disable my phone's ability to make and receive calls," one user said in a review published today. "Like the last one did this patch/update fixed it, BUT it should of NEVER HAPPENED with proper QA." Even though some have confirmed that Google's latest update has fixed the issue blocking their calls, others had to remove the app altogether to restore their phones' call feature. "The phone worked fine before the update, no longer worked after the update and works again once I uninstalled the update," a user reported. "The update seems to cause the problem, as stated in my previous review." A Google spokesperson was not available for comment when BleepingComputer reached out for a list of impacted Android phone models earlier today. Google App bug blocks Android users from receiving, making calls
  6. The Android 12 beta 4 was released a few weeks ago. Along with this latest full iteration of the beta program, we received a few new features and bug fixes. Google has now released a minor update to fix a few bugs that were present in beta 4. So far, there are no apparent changes to the Android 12.4 OS. This means the latest release is probably just to fix a few of the bugs. This release is also a very small release at only 6MB, possibly indicating a last bug squashing before the final stable release, which should be coming in mid to late September. Beta 4.1 fixes a boot loop issue that irritated users, along with a fix that now allows your Android 12 device to connect to a VPN. Other issues addressed with this bug fix include fixing the heads-up functionality, which means that notifications now pop up immediately. Here is the full list of bug fixes that have been release: As mentioned they fixed issues where some devices ended up in a boot loop after restarting. Also, they fixed the heads-up notifications not appearing. They addressed issues where certain device volume controls sometimes did not work when casting. They fixed Face Unlock not working on some devices. They addressed the issues that kept users from granting the Nearby Devices permission to the Phone app. As brought up briefly, they fixed issues where, after connecting the phone to a VPN, the phone could not connect to the internet. If you are already part of the Android 12 beta program, you will receive an OTA to install this latest update. However, if you want to test out the latest version of Android 12, you can also manually download the OTA and flash it to your device to install and test it. Many of us were hoping that the next release would be the ‘Release Candidate’, which would indicate that the stable release is next. However, bug fixes are a critical part of the process and cannot be overlooked. Closing words Google has released a minor update for Android 12 beta 4, which aims to correct a few bugs that users were experiencing. While bug fixes are critical to ensuring that a stable release is possible, I look forward to the stable release coming, hopefully, at the end of September. Android 12.4.1 released to fix some bugs
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  8. Microsoft has announced that the Outlook mobile apps for iOS and Android will soon stop synching calendars from Facebook, Meetup, and Evernote. The feature will stop functioning on the 13th of September 2021, and Microsoft will pop up a reminder 2 weeks prior to the feature being disabled. Microsoft is not offering a work-around for this feature at this date. Outlook for iOS and Android to stop syncing with Facebook, Meetup, and Evernote Calendars
  9. A new Android threat that researchers call FlyTrap has been hijacking Facebook accounts of users in more than 140 countries by stealing session cookies. FlyTrap campaigns rely on simple social engineering tactics to trick victims into using their Facebook credentials to log into malicious apps that collected data associated with the social media session. Researchers at mobile security company Zimperium detected the new piece of malware and found that the stolen information was accessible to anyone who discovered FlyTrap’s command and control (C2) server. Luring with high-quality apps FlyTrap campaigns have been running since at least March. The threat actor used malicious applications with high-quality design, distributed through Google Play and third-party Android stores. The lure consisted of offers for free coupon codes (for Netflix, Google AdWords) and voting for the favorite soccer team or player, in tune with the delayed UEFA Euro 2020 competition. Getting the promised reward required logging into the app using Facebook credentials, authentication occurring on the legitimate social media domain. Since the malicious apps use the real Facebook single sign-on (SSO) service, they can’t collect users’ credentials. Instead, FlyTrap relies on JavaScript injection to harvest other sensitive data. “Using this technique, the application opens the legit URL inside a WebView configured with the ability to inject JavaScript code and extracts all the necessary information such as cookies, user account details, location, and IP address by injecting malicious JS code” All the information collected this way goes to FlyTrap’s C2 server. More than 10,000 Android users in 144 countries fell victim to this social engineering. The numbers come straight from the command and control server, which the researchers were able to access because the database with the stolen Facebook session cookies was exposed to anyone on the internet. Zimperium’s Aazim Yaswant says in a blog post today that FlyTrap’s C2 server had multiple security vulnerabilities that facilitated access to the stored information. The researcher notes that accounts on social media platforms are a common target for threat actors, who can use them for fraudulent purposes like artificially boosting the popularity of pages, sites, products, misinformation, or a political message. He highlights the fact that phishing pages that steal credentials are not the only way to log into the account of an online service. Logging onto the legitimate domain can also come with risks. “Just like any user manipulation, the high-quality graphics and official-looking login screens are common tactics to have users take action that could reveal sensitive information. In this case, while the user is logging into their official account, the FlyTrap Trojan is hijacking the session information for malicious intent” - Aazim Yaswant, Android malware researcher, Zimperium Despite not using a new technique, FlyTrap managed to hijack a significant number of Facebook accounts. With a few modifications, it could turn into a more dangerous threat for mobile devices, the researcher says. FlyTrap malware hijacks thousands of Facebook accounts
  10. Microsoft's Office apps across various operating systems such as Windows, Android, and iOS are quite heavily used by its customers, which is why the company regularly issues updates to introduce new features and enhance existing ones. It recently rolled out dark mode to its Office for Android app and now, it has announced that it is bringing File Cards this month. In a nutshell, File Cards is a UI pattern which offers you inline information about your files in a modernized way. You'll get to see contextual data about the file and who shared it with you. Additionally, the Card for each file will also offer you quick actions such as the ability to keep it offline or share it with others. The capability will be present in both the "Recent" and "Shared" tabs of the Office for Android app and you can see it in action in the attached GIF. As of now, File Cards are only be supported for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF files stored on your OneDrive Personal and Business accounts. This means that if a file is only stored locally, you won't be able to preview contextual information about it inline. However, Microsoft has noted that it plans to roll out support for on-device Word and PDF files at a later date. Microsoft has recommended updating to Office for Android version 16.0.14228.20138 to utilize the new feature. On our Android device, we received this version update on July 16 but still do not appear to have the File Cards UI, which means that it is being made available on a rolling basis. The company's wording suggests that it will be enabling the feature throughout the month so keep your eyes peeled if you're a frequent Office for Android user. Office for Android is getting File Cards this month
  11. Amazon’s free streaming service gets its own dedicated mobile apps Amazon’s free streaming service IMDb TV now has its own dedicated app for the iPhone, iPad, and Android after launching on other major platforms earlier this year. IMDb TV is a dedicated hub for free, ad-supported movies and series as well as its own dedicated originals produced by Amazon Studios. Previously, you could find IMDb TV’s content slate in the primary IMDb app, but a standalone streaming app for the service was not available for iOS and Android. A spokesperson told The Verge the content is still available to stream through IMDb, but the new IMDb TV app was “designed for the streaming experience.” IMDb TV’s content slate is quite good, even if its originals have struggled to make as much of a splash as titles from larger premium services. But if you don’t mind ads, there’s a ton of great stuff to stream for free on the service, including documentaries, sci-fi titles, dramas, and plenty of TV to binge. Mad Men, How to Train Your Dragon, Schitt’s Creek, and Lost are all currently streamable on the service. Plus, through a recently announced deal with Universal, IMDb TV will also exclusively stream some live-action and animated titles from the studio following their release in theaters and a brief pay-one premiere on Peacock. The app was previously made available on the majority of major streaming devices and some smart TVs, including Fire TV, Roku, Xbox, Android TV, Android TV OS devices, newer LG Smart TVs, PlayStation 4, Chromecast with Google TV, and Nvidia Shield. It’s also available as a free channel within the Prime Video experience. IMDb TV app finally arrives on iOS and Android
  12. Vivaldi released a new version of its Vivaldi web browser for Android on August 4, 2021. Vivaldi 4.1 is available via Google Play for devices running Android 5 or higher. Existing users may select Vivaldi Menu > About Vivaldi to display the application version that is installed on the device. Vivaldi 4.1 for Android Stay in Browser Stay in Browser is one of the features that is introduced in Vivaldi 4.1. The option attempts to keep the browsing in Vivaldi, even if an application is installed on the device that would pick up the browsing. Take eBay or Amazon as an example; if you have installed the official apps, links in browsers that point to these services will be opened in the installed apps and not in the browser. May not be a problem for some users, but if you like to browse the different Stores, e.g. eBay's UK, United States and German stores, you will notice that you cannot do so on mobile with the app installed. The same is true for myriads of other service links, e.g. those pointing to YouTube videos, Twitter or Reddit. Vivaldi's Stay in Browser feature blocks these external navigations. It worked fine for eBay in a quick test, the app was not opened when I opened links on eBay's UK website. Do the following to enable Stay in Browser in Vivaldi: Select Vivaldi Menu and then Settings to open the Preferences. Scroll all the way down and toggle "Stay in Browser". Vivaldi blocks the opening of pages in external applications "when possible" if the feature is enabled. Simply toggle the feature again to disable it. New Tab Settings Vivaldi 4.1 introduces several new tab settings, which give users more flexibility when it comes to working with multiple tabs in the browser. Vivaldi is one of the few browsers that may display a tab bar, usually only shown on desktop browsers, in the mobile version. Here are the mobile browser's new tab settings that define how new tabs are opened: After Active Tab (default) -- opens a new tab after the active tab. After Related Tabs -- links are opened next to their "parent" tab. As Last Tab -- opens new tabs at the end of the tab bar. As Tab Stack with Related Tab -- creates a new tab stack with the active tab and the new tab. You find the new options under Vivaldi Menu > Settings > New Tab Position. Also Tab related, is the option to enable Tab Stacks functionality in Vivaldi for Android. The feature works similarly to how Tab grouping works in Chrome for Android and other Chromium-based browsers. Tab Stacks are not yet displayed in the tab bar, if enabled, it appears. Closing Words Vivaldi continues to introduce usability features in its mobile and desktop browser. Stay in Browser is a mighty useful feature for users who prefer to keep using the browser when opening links, even if a dedicated application is installed. Sometimes, you may not want the dedicated application to open, and Stay in Browser is perfect for that. One downside is that you don't have an option currently to open links in external applications if you want to. The only option is to disable the feature before activating the link. Vivaldi 4.1 for Android: stay in browser feature and tab stacks support
  13. Microsoft today released an updated SwiftKey beta app in Google Play Store. This v7.8.5.3 update comes with a new feature. When typing with your Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard, you already have the option to copy text and save it for later use. With this update, you can now use Cloud Clipboard to sync your copied text across all your devices. Yes, you can copy text content on your Android device and paste it in your Windows device. You can download the updated beta app here from Play Store. Latest Microsoft SwiftKey beta update for Android brings Cloud Clipboard feature
  14. Hi No, dont point me to google, i did that without succes. Vlc can stream movies from your android phone to a smart tv via wifi but doesnt suport subtitles. So, does someone know an app on android that can cast movies on smart tvs but with subs ? Thanks.
  15. Edge 92 now available for Android Six weeks after releasing the Edge 92 for the Canary channel Microsoft has now released Edge 92 for their new Edge browser to the Google Play Store. The update brings the unified code base to Android, meaning it will be easier for Microsoft to keep the platform in lockstep with the desktop with regard to features. The update brings the following improvements: Screenshot feature: You can now take and share a screenshot via the Share item in the menu. Send pages to Devices: You can send pages from Edge on Android to other devices. This replaces the Continue on PC feature. Synchronization improvements: Edge for Android now lets you synchronize passwords, open tabs, history, favourites, collections across devices Built-in Ad blocker: Edge now includes Ad-block Plus. This needs to enabled on Settings. Translation: Edge now includes Microsoft Translator. Shopping Coupons: Microsoft’s Coupon feature is now included. Edge for Android can be found in the Google Play Store here. Microsoft Edge: Web Browser Developer: Microsoft Corporation Price: Free via Techdows Edge 92 now available for Android
  16. Google to block logins on old Android devices starting September Google is emailing Android users to let them know that, starting late September, they will no longer be able to log in to their Google accounts on devices running Android 2.3.7 (Gingerbread) and lower. "As part of our ongoing efforts to keep our users safe, Google will no longer allow sign-in on Android devices that run Android 2.3.7 or lower starting September 27, 2021," Android Help Community Manager Zak Pollack explained. "If you sign into your device after September 27, you may get username or password errors when you try to use Google products and services like Gmail, YouTube, and Maps." Once Google drops support for logging into accounts devices running Android versions released before December 2010, you will start receiving username or password errors and will no longer be able to: Sign in to Google products and services like Gmail, YouTube, and Maps Add or create a new Google Account Perform a factory reset and try to sign in Change your Google Account password, which signs you out on all devices, and try to sign in again Remove your account from the device and try to re-add it Users are advised to update their devices to newer Android versions (3.0 or later) as soon as possible so that they won't lose access to Google's apps and services. Those who cannot update to newer Android versions can try logging into their Google accounts using a web browser which will provide them with an alternative way to use Google services on unsupported Android devices. Image: BleepingComputer How to update to a newer Android version If you have an Android device and you don't know what version it's running, you can find out by going through the following steps: Open your phone's Settings app. Near the bottom, tap System Advanced System update. See your "Android version" and "Security patch level." If you were already notified that a system update is available on Android 2.3.7 or lower devices, you only need to tap the notification the begin the system upgrade process. On devices where you've already dismissed the update alert or that ran without an Internet connection, you will have to follow this procedure to update to Android 3.0 or later: Open your phone's Settings app. Near the bottom, tap System Advanced System update. You'll see your update status. Follow any steps on the screen. As detailed by Google's VP of product management Sameer Samat at this year's Google I/O annual developer conference, the Android OS now powers more than 3 billion devices worldwide. The current stable Android version is Android 11, released last year, on September 8, 2020. Google to block logins on old Android devices starting September
  17. Mozilla VPN unveils major security boost Split tunneling is now available in Mozilla VPN on iOS and Android Mozilla VPN users will now be able to choose which apps they want to use the company's VPN service as Mozilla has launched a new split tunneling feature. Since its launch last year, the Firefox maker has added a number of new features to its VPN while also making it available on more platforms and in even more countries. Now as a result of user feedback, Mozilla has added split tunneling to its VPN and this feature allows users to divide their internet traffic by choosing which apps will connect through an encrypted VPN tunnel and which ones will connect to an open network. Split tunneling is available for Mozilla VPN on both iOS and Android and once enabled, users will be able to prioritize how each of their apps connect to the internet when their VPN is turned on. This feature can be quite useful as users can secure apps that manage downloads, file-sharing and browsing with a VPN while still being able to use apps such as Netflix that often block VPN connections. Captive portal In addition to split tunneling, Mozilla recently added a new feature that allows users of its VPN service to connect to public Wi-Fi securely. With a VPN enabled, users may be blocked from seeing a café or public Wi-Fi network's landing page also known as a captive portal which they need to interact with in order to connect. For this reason, Mozilla VPN will now show a notification to let users know that they'll need to turn off their VPN before connecting. Once connected, they'll receive a separate notification letting them know they can now connect using the company's VPN service. Finally Mozilla has announced that it will continue to honor the $4.99 subscription fee for users from the US, Canada, the UK, Singapore, Malaysia and New Zealand that signed up for its VPN service when it first launched last year. However, new customers in these countries that sign up now can still get the same low monthly rate by opting for a 12 month Mozilla VPN subscription. Mozilla VPN unveils major security boost
  18. Google: Android apps must provide privacy information by April 2022 Google has announced today more details regarding their upcoming Google Play 'Safety section' feature that provides users information about the data collected and used by an Android app. In May, Google pre-announced upcoming changes to the Google Play Store requiring app developers to share what info their apps collect, how collected data is used, and what privacy/security features the apps utilize. This information will appear in a new 'Safety section' for each app on Google play starting in the first quarter of 2022, allowing users to see the types of data collected by the app, its privacy policy, and security features before they install it. Google Play safety section for an Android app Source: Google Some of the information users will see for an app include what data is collected, what data is shared with third parties, whether an app uses data encryption, follows Google's Families policies, or whether it has been independently audited against global security standards. Today, Google also announced additional policy changes that are requiring all app developers to include a privacy policy and that they must also disclose data used by an app's third-party libraries or SDKs. In addition, Google provides developers an updated timeline for when they can begin submitting this information, when users can start to see the Safety section, and the deadline for developers to provide the information. Timeline for developers Source: Google Starting in October 2021, the "App privacy & security" will become available on an app's content page on Play Console. Developers can then begin to complete the questionnaire to provide information about the data collected, security features used, and the app's privacy policy. In early 2022, Google Play users will now begin to see an app's "App privacy & security," including all of the data provided by the app developer. For this section to appear, the developer must have provided a privacy policy for the app. Finally, in April 2022, all apps will be required to have a completed "App Privacy & security," including a privacy policy. If there are unresolved issues with this section, Google Play will reject all app updates until complete. Features and data usage that must be disclosed Google's Help Center has provided developers a list of features, accessed data types, and purposes for using the data that will need to be disclosed as part of this process. Some of the questions that developers must answer about their app's features and security practices include: Encryption in transit: Is data collected or shared by your app encrypted in transit? You’ll have the opportunity to disclose this on your label. Deletion mechanism: Do you provide a way for users to request deletion of their data? You’ll have the opportunity to disclose this on your label. Families policy: Does your app's data collection practices comply with Google Play's Families Policy? Independent security review: Are you interested in taking your app through an external security review based on a global standard? You’ll have the opportunity to have this displayed on your label. How it’s collected: Is data collection optional or required to use the app? Some of the data types that app developers must disclose their apps collect or share are listed below: Location data like user approximate or precise location Personal information like user name, phone number and email address Financial info like user credit card number and bank account account number Health and fitness information Photos or videos Audio files like sound recordings and music files Storage like files and docs Emails or texts Calendar information Contacts information Installed apps on user device Actions in apps like page views App performance like crash logs and performance diagnostics Identifiers like device id Finally, developers will need to disclose the purposes that they use the above data, such as: app functionality required for the app to work; developer communications like reminders, notifications, promotions, and similar communications; analytics about how users use the app and how it performs; fraud prevention and security; or personalization of things like content and recommendations. Google says they will be providing a complete list of purposes in the future. Google: Android apps must provide privacy information by April 2022
  19. WhatsApp for Android may finally get support for Face Unlock Back in 2019, Facebook released an update for WhatsApp on iOS that added support for Face ID and Touch ID, allowing users to unlock the app by utilizing these technologies. Unfortunately, after more than a year, Android users still don't have the option to use Face Unlock on WhatsApp. However, that might change soon as the folks over at WABetaInfo have spotted a couple of additions to the latest version of WhatsApp Beta. The version update of WhatsApp Beta contains a redesigned privacy page that renames the current "Fingerprint lock" to "Biometric lock" indicating support for Face Unlock. Facebook has also updated the description of the page to indicate that users can now use "fingerprint, face or other unique identifiers to unlock WhatsApp". Apart from that, WABetaInfo also noticed a feature called "Join missed calls". The idea is to allow users to join calls in certain situations like when a group call is made and a participant did not join immediately, they can join the call at a later time, provided the call has not ended. Both of these features are currently under development and there is no word on when Facebook will roll them out to the public. WhatsApp does have an active beta program for Android users that you can join if you want to get your hands on these features as quickly as possible. Source: WABetaInfo WhatsApp for Android may finally get support for Face Unlock
  20. An explosive spyware report shows limits of iOS, Android security Amnesty International sheds alarming light on an NSO Group surveillance tool. The shadowy world of private spyware has long caused alarm in cybersecurity circles, as authoritarian governments have repeatedly been caught targeting the smartphones of activists, journalists, and political rivals with malware purchased from unscrupulous brokers. The surveillance tools these companies provide frequently target iOS and Android, which have seemingly been unable to keep up with the threat. But a new report suggests the scale of the problem is far greater than feared—and has placed added pressure on mobile tech makers, particularly Apple, from security researchers seeking remedies. This week, an international group of researchers and journalists from Amnesty International, Forbidden Stories, and more than a dozen other organizations published forensic evidence that a number of governments worldwide—including Hungary, India, Mexico, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates—may be customers of the notorious Israeli spyware vendor NSO Group. The researchers studied a leaked list of 50,000 phone numbers associated with activists, journalists, executives, and politicians who were all potential surveillance targets. They also looked specifically at 37 devices infected with, or targeted by, NSO's invasive Pegasus spyware. They even created a tool so you can check whether your iPhone has been compromised. NSO Group called the research "false allegations by a consortium of media outlets" in a strongly worded denial on Tuesday. An NSO Group spokesperson said, "The list is not a list of Pegasus targets or potential targets. The numbers in the list are not related to NSO Group in any way. Any claim that a name in the list is necessarily related to a Pegasus target or potential target is erroneous and false." On Wednesday, NSO Group said it would no longer respond to media inquiries. NSO Group isn't the only spyware vendor out there, but it has the highest profile. WhatsApp sued the company in 2019 over what it claims were attacks on over a thousand of its users. And Apple's BlastDoor feature, introduced in iOS 14 earlier this year, was an attempt to cut off "zero-click exploits," attacks that don't require any taps or downloads from victims. The protection appears not to have worked as well as intended; the company released a patch for iOS to address the latest round of alleged NSO Group hacking on Tuesday. In the face of the report, many security researchers say that both Apple and Google can and should do more to protect their users against these sophisticated surveillance tools "It definitely shows challenges in general with mobile device security and investigative capabilities these days," says independent researcher Cedric Owens. "I also think seeing both Android and iOS zero-click infections by NSO shows that motivated and resourced attackers can still be successful despite the amount of control Apple applies to its products and ecosystem." Tensions have long simmered between Apple and the security community over limits on researchers' ability to conduct forensic investigations on iOS devices and deploy monitoring tools. More access to the operating system would potentially help catch more attacks in real time, allowing researchers to gain a deeper understanding of how those attacks were constructed in the first place. For now, security researchers rely on a small set of indicators within iOS, plus the occasional jailbreak. And while Android is more open by design, it also places limits on what's known as "observability." Effectively combating high-caliber spyware like Pegasus, some researchers say, would require things like access to read a device's filesystem, the ability to examine which processes are running, access to system logs, and other telemetry. A lot of criticism has centered on Apple in this regard, because the company has historically offered stronger security protections for its users than the fragmented Android ecosystem. "The truth is that we are holding Apple to a higher standard precisely because they're doing so much better," says SentinelOne principal threat researcher Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade. "Android is a free-for-all. I don't think anyone expects the security of Android to improve to a point where all we have to worry about are targeted attacks with zero-day exploits." In fact, the Amnesty International researchers say they actually had an easier time finding and investigating indicators of compromise on Apple devices targeted with Pegasus malware than on those running stock Android. "In Amnesty International's experience there are significantly more forensic traces accessible to investigators on Apple iOS devices than on stock Android devices, therefore our methodology is focused on the former," the group wrote in a lengthy technical analysis of its findings on Pegasus. "As a result, most recent cases of confirmed Pegasus infections have involved iPhones." Some of the focus on Apple also stems from the company's own emphasis on privacy and security in its product design and marketing. "Apple is trying, but the problem is they aren't trying as hard as their reputation would imply," says Johns Hopkins University cryptographer Matthew Green. Even with its more open approach, though, Google faces similar criticisms about the visibility security researchers can get into its mobile operating system. "Android and iOS have different types of logs. It's really hard to compare them," says Zuk Avraham, CEO of the analysis group ZecOps and a longtime advocate of access to mobile system information. "Each one has an advantage, but they are both equally not sufficient and enable threat actors to hide." Apple and Google both appear hesitant to reveal more of the digital forensic sausage-making, though. And while most independent security researchers advocate for the shift, some also acknowledge that increased access to system telemetry would aid bad actors as well. "While we understand that persistent logs would be more helpful for forensic uses such as the ones described by Amnesty International's researchers, they also would be helpful to attackers," a Google spokesperson said in a statement to WIRED. "We continually balance these different needs." Ivan Krstić, head of Apple security engineering and architecture, said in a statement that "Apple unequivocally condemns cyberattacks against journalists, human rights activists, and others seeking to make the world a better place. For over a decade, Apple has led the industry in security innovation and, as a result, security researchers agree the iPhone is the safest, most secure consumer mobile device on the market. Attacks like the ones described are highly sophisticated, cost millions of dollars to develop, often have a short shelf life, and are used to target specific individuals. While that means they are not a threat to the overwhelming majority of our users, we continue to work tirelessly to defend all our customers, and we are constantly adding new protections for their devices and data." The trick is to strike the right balance between offering more system indicators without inadvertently making attackers' jobs too much easier. "There is a lot that Apple could be doing in a very safe way to allow observation and imaging of iOS devices in order to catch this type of bad behavior, yet that does not seem to be treated as a priority," says iOS security researcher Will Strafach. "I am sure they have fair policy reasons for this, but it's something I don't agree with and would love to see changes in this thinking." Thomas Reed, director of Mac and mobile platforms at the antivirus maker Malwarebytes, says he agrees that more insight into iOS would benefit user defenses. But he adds that allowing special, trusted monitoring software would come with real risks. He points out that there are already suspicious and potentially unwanted programs on macOS that antivirus can't fully remove because the operating system endows them with this special type of system trust, potentially in error. The same problem of rogue system analysis tools would almost inevitably crop up on iOS as well. "We also see nation-state malware all the time on desktop systems that gets discovered after several years of undetected deployment," Reed adds. "And that's on systems where there are already many different security solutions available. Many eyes looking for this malware is better than few. I just worry about what we'd have to trade for that visibility." The Pegasus Project, as the consortium of researchers call the new findings, underscore the reality that Apple and Google are unlikely to solve the threat posed by private spyware vendors alone. The scale and reach of the potential Pegasus targeting indicates that a global ban on private spyware may be necessary. "A moratorium on the trade in intrusion software is the bare minimum for a credible response—mere triage," NSA surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden tweeted on Tuesday in reaction to the Pegasus Project findings. "Anything less and the problem gets worse." On Monday, Amazon Web Services took its own step by shutting down cloud infrastructure linked to NSO. Regardless of what happens to NSO Group in particular, or the private surveillance market in general, user devices are still ultimately where clandestine targeted attacks from any source will play out. Even if Google and Apple can't be expected to solve the problem themselves, they need to keep working on a better way forward. This story originally appeared on wired.com. An explosive spyware report shows limits of iOS, Android security
  21. Windows 11’s subsystem for Android - What we know so far During Windows 11's June 2021 event, Microsoft confirmed that Android apps are coming to Windows 11 and users will be able to try mobile apps on the desktop operating system. With Windows 11, Microsoft is bringing Amazon Appstore to its Microsoft Store. Within the redesigned app store, users will be given access to an extensive catalog of Android apps, which will be powered by Amazon's Appstore. Amazon has already confirmed that its Appstore will support Android App Bundles (AAB), the next-generation Android app standard format that will eventually replace the current APK format. As a result, Windows 11 users can access nearly all popular Android apps directly from the native Microsoft Store. How Android apps work on Windows 11 To help users run their favourite Android apps on Windows 11, Microsoft says it will use Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), which is similar to Linux Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Windows 11 will also ship with a new virtual machine technology to address compatibility issues with Android Open Source Project (AOSP), which is an open-source software stack. Thanks to Android Open Source Project (AOSP), Windows 11 doesn't require Google Play Services support and most apps will work fine on the desktop operating system. Android apps compatibility During the event, Microsoft officials confirmed Android apps will work on Intel, AMD and Qualcomm (ARM) devices. Not much is known about how Microsoft will support Android apps on AMD systems but the company has already confirmed that they will use Intel's Bridge Technology feature on all Intel PCs. Intel Bridge Technology is a run-time post compiler to enable applications that are not compiled to run natively on x86-based devices—such as Android-based mobile applications—to run on those devices. Intel believes it is important to provide this capability and has designed Intel Bridge technology to support all x86 platforms. Intel's Bridge technology is not restricted to Intel CPUs, so it can be used to run mobile apps on AMD CPUs, but Microsoft says Bridge tech is not necessary for AMD or ARM CPUs. Sideloading Android apps The Amazon Appstore is not as big as its competition and not all apps are available, but Microsoft says users can easily sideload the APK files. An engineer at Microsoft recently confirmed on Twitter that users can sideload apps onto Windows 11, but it's unclear how the sideload process will work. When can you try Android apps on PC? Microsoft is currently planning to launch the first preview of Android apps later this year and more details will be shared soon Windows 11’s subsystem for Android - What we know so far
  22. Android 12 Beta 3 brings face detection to auto-rotate, scrolling screenshots, and more Google announced Android 12 during its I/O conference in May, unveiling a major UI refresh called Material You, along with other improvements such as privacy-focused enhancements, and more. The firm has since released two betas, with the second beta bringing the adaptive accent colors shown off during the conference. Today, the firm is rolling out Android 12 Beta 3 that brings with it a few new features such as scrolling screenshots, auto-rotate improvements, and more. Native support for scrolling screenshots has been a long-awaited feature in Android. While the search giant aimed to add it to Android 11, it decided against introducing the feature due to the experience being sub-optimal. Now, the feature is being added to Android 12 and it works as you'd expect. A new ‘Capture more’ button allows users to “extend” the screenshot, with the ability to also crop the image. The company adds that it is introducing a new ScrollCaptureAPI for “apps and UI toolkits that are not using View-based UI or that use highly customized UI”. It adds that with Beta 4, it will be making more improvements to the feature, adding support for scrolling ListViews. Another significant improvement made with Beta 3 includes improvements to auto-rotate. The feature now supports face detection, meaning the system can tell how the phone is oriented with respect to the users’ faces, allowing for reliable auto-rotation, without having to force the users to lock the orientation of the device. Some use cases that the firm lists include lying down on a couch or in bed, where users might want the display to remain in portrait mode. For those curious, the company notes that the feature “lives within [their] recently announced Private Compute Core, so images are never stored or sent off the device.” Currently, the feature will be available for users running Beta 3 on the Pixel 4 or newer phones. Beta 3 also brings improvements to search, thanks to a new “high-performance on-device search engine” called AppSearch. This allows apps to improve indexing structured data better, allowing for quicker results and more. You can read more about the AppSearch package here. Other improvements being made with the third beta release include the ability for developers to tweak the position of the privacy indicators using the Privacy indicator APIs. This helps avoid the indicators from overlapping the content on the screen. The Camera and Microphone toggles can now be configured by enterprises depending on any specific requirements. There are also improvements for gaming, thanks to the GameMode APIs that help balance the performance of the device. Additionally, “play as you download”, as the name suggests, lets bits of a game be downloaded in the background during installation, letting users get to larger games quicker. Lastly, the firm says that Beta 3 contains the final APIs that will ship with Android 12, with Beta 4 being one that will attain platform stability, meaning that all user-facing behavior will be finalized. You can head to the release notes and the linked documents to read through the entire changelog for Beta 3 here. Android 12 Beta 3 brings face detection to auto-rotate, scrolling screenshots, and more
  23. Android 12 will default to a play-as-you-download scheme for newer games No developer support needed: Android 12 will do "play-as-you-download" automatically. Google is announcing a new trick for Android 12 and the Google Play Store: a play-as-you-download feature for games. If you're downloading a large game, you'll soon be able to start playing before the entire download finishes, letting you jump into gameplay as quickly as possible. Play-as-you-download is a feature of several major online game stores. The idea is that you don't need to download the entire game to start playing it, just the data for the game engine, the UI, the first level, and the initial startup sequence. The largest files in any game are the assets for graphics, sounds, and pre-rendered videos, and if you can split those up by "needed immediately" and "needed later" (like, say, by level), you can save a lot of time in the initial download. Google's example GIF shows one 127MB game becoming playable after a user downloads just 20 percent of the game, and the company says, "We are seeing games being ready to open at least 2 times faster." The feature is exclusive to Android 12 because it relies on a new "Incremental FS" file system in the forthcoming update. Google describes Incremental FS as a "special-purpose Linux virtual file system that allows execution of a program while its binary and resource files are still being lazily downloaded over the network, USB, etc." Google's only demo of the feature comes in the form of a giant 13MB GIF. Sorry. Anyway, notice how play-as-you-download (on the right) starts up at around 20 percent. Google has previously tried to cut down on app install times with "Google Play Instant Apps," which adds a "try now" button to compatible apps in the Play Store. The feature works great and instantly starts a game by streaming it in 10MB chunks, but it is only used for demos and isn't a substitute for installing. Instant Apps are still around, but a major problem with the feature is discovery. Which apps are compatible? How do you find them? Instant Apps was enabled by Android Studio, the official Android SDK, which required developer support and walked game devs through breaking up an app into streamable 10MB chunks. An instant demo is great for getting curious users on board, but architecting a game into the 10MB chunk limit can be too restrictive for entire games. Developers can opt in to the beta feature at this sign-up page. The most significant news from the presentation is that Google will eventually make play-as-you-download happen to games automatically, without developers needing to support the feature. During the presentation, the company said, "We crowdsource the typical first-play experiences, including memory access patterns, to automatically deliver the optimal assets to load... Play-as-you-download will not require you to change your game. If you use the app bundle format, simply upload your game, and we'll do the rest on Android 12." Starting in August, the new app bundle format will be mandatory for all new games. This is Google's third swing at quickly loading Android games—the first was Streaming Apps in 2015 and then came Instant Apps in 2018. Neither of those attempts stuck, but it sounds like Google isn't worried about developer uptake with the new system. The company itself will ultimately just enable the feature for all new games. Android 12 will default to a play-as-you-download scheme for newer games
  24. Outlook for Android gets updated with a new feature Microsoft has pushed a new update to the Outlook app on Android. Taking the app to version 4.2125.2, the update improves the way you send feedback by revamping the feedback experience. Courtesy of the new feedback experience, your feedback will now go directly to the product team. You can read the full official changelog below. Changelog Tell us what you think! In order to hear straight from you, we’re updating our send feedback experience so that everything you say goes directly to our product team. Just go to Settings > Help & feedback > Send feedback. You can download and install the Microsoft Outlook app on your Android smartphone from the below link, or you can go to the Google Play Store and search for the app. Microsoft Outlook: Secure email, calendars & files Developer: Microsoft Corporation Price: Free Outlook for Android gets updated with a new feature
  25. YAATA - SMS/MMS messaging v1.46.0.22164 [Premium][Modded] Requirements: 5.0 and up Overview: YAATA is powerful SMS/MMS app. Its fast, easy to use and fully configurable. YAATA is influenced by the true spirit of Android. It is a SMS/MMS app that has so much to offer. You can personalize and configure this app to your definition of the perfect app. YAATA SMS is very powerful, reliable and the speed of the app is on another level. Even with all the exciting features this app has to offer the app size is under 3MB. This SMS app is highly user friendly and fulfils the wants and needs of the ultimate geek to a basic beginner user. SMS/MMS · Complete Multimedia Support including but not limited to sending and receiving: Pictures, Videos, Audio, VCards, GIFs. · Delivery Reports for both sms and mms with the option to save delivery time. · Group Chats · Send Delay · Converting sms to mms · Archiving · Scheduled Message Sending (Premium) · Speakerphone mode (Premium) · Night mode (Premium) · Blacklisting (Premium) · Auto forward (Premium) · Auto responder (Premium) · Copy and Paste select text · A plethora of options when tapping message bubble. · Backup and restore settings · Tons more to explore and to be added!! Quick Options · 3 Different desktop widget styles · Pin contacts to FAB tab · Quick compose from notification shade (3 favorite contacts) · Favorite contacts will appear when composing new message. · Long press attachment icon to insert pictures quickly. · And more! If you come up with faster ways don’t hesitate share! Notifications · 3 quick reply styles · Chat heads: Ability to view over lock screen! With a bunch of customizable and configurable options ( Some options for chat heads are premium) · Pop up window: Again, the ability to view over lock screen with configurable options. (i.e. message limit, pop up size, close after sent and more) · A simple Dialog window · Custom Vibrations · LED colors and ability to customize blink rate · Repeat reminds for missed messages · Changeable Swipe actions in notification shade · Ability to set notifications for non-numeric address as well as unknown senders. · Set up how you want to be notified when listening to music, in calls, when screen is on and more!!! Customization for Individual Contacts · Notifications · Ringtones, custom vibrations, quick reply styles, LED color and blink rate, status bar icon and more. · Look & Feel · Bubble Color for sent and received, contact avatar and action bar color as well as text color and size can be changed for a specific conversation. · Once again so much more for you to see for yourself!! Look & Feel · Themes!! · Light, Dark, Black, Card based and Random Palette (you have the ability to create your own color palette in advanced settings and/or reset colors) · Create your own themes with customizable contact pictures (size, shape, color…), fonts (sizes, colors bold options), message bubbles (colors, styles, animation), action bar color and the ability to change background colors and conversation list colors are just some ways to personalize YAATA. · Others… · Grouping threads by dates on conversation list (Today, Yesterday, Two Days ago…) · Timestamp options · Filter Option (search conversation by mms, send, received, dates, text and other ways. · Alternating backgrounds to show different days · Ability to enable or disable swipe actions in conversation list ( swipe to call, mute, archive, delete, reply create chat head) · Ability to enable or disable the options to hide keyboard when scrolling, hide editor when scrolling, close keyboard after send, etc. App Icon made by Corbin Crutchley App description written by Jocelyn Prescott What's New: • fixes and improved performance Mod Info: ● Premium Features Unlocked ● Google Stuff Removed ● Firebase Stuff Removed ● Compression Flags Untouched ● No Third Party Patch ● No Additional Component ● 3.8 MB More Info: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=rpkandrodev.yaata Download: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/NDMGXP9G/YAATA_v1.46.0.22164_b100371_Premium_Modded.apk_links
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