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  1. Gmail and more Google apps are getting widgets on iOS Apple's iOS 14 added support for home screen widgets for the first time, and companies have been working to catch up and add widgets to their own apps. Google is one such company, and after adding a widget for the Search app back in September, the Mountain View giant has now revealed a few more apps getting their own iOS home screen widgets. Some of the widgets are rolling out in the next few days, and those are for Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Fit. The first two are fairly similar, featurin
  2. Custom iOS 14 widgets have become a TikTok flex Customizing the iPhone home screen is now an art form The most exciting part of iOS 14 isn’t picture-in-picture video display or the app library — it’s widgets. Instead of once-boring app icons for your calendar or clock that might get placed in a utilities folder, the new wave of widgets let you spice up your homepage with anything from custom notes to astronomy and weather reports. Those options have existed on Android devices for years, but their sudden arrival
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