Google Play Store gets version 10.0.7 update

Posted May 13, 2018

Additionally, there are two more features in the new YouTube notifications menu. However, Google also announced its "Digital Wellbeing" initiative for Android P, as a part of which it also announced a feature called "take a break" for YouTube. Also, the right on-screen multitask button that pulled up your active apps (Google called it "Overview") will thankfully disappear, and the back button on the left will only show up when apps are active. For example, 15 minutes or 3 hours. You will get a pop up that tells you that you have used up the time limit.

While sending an email about your refund, try to explain the reasons carefully to the developer and avoid using abusive words about the app or game. Note down the Order number that is sent to your mail at the time of the app or game purchase.

App Search Result Experience- The app search result experience is about to get a whole lot better in Android P. With Android P, you now will be able to see what you can do inside of the various apps. The Theming plugin also makes use of machine learning to make it easier for developers to identify what they should implement through smart suggestions.

New Gesture Navigation- Lastly, there are a lot of important changes being made to navigation, including the addition of the gesture-based navigation. With Android P, the gesture-based navigation is going to begin, which is great news for people. After all it is your money that you want them to refund.

App makers can use the tools that include transitions and components directly from Google to build into their apps. But the most significant changes were revealed earlier this week when Google CEO Sundar Pichai took the stage at the company's annual I/O developer conference. Were you aware that Google has a simple "refund process" that you can find on the Play Store?

The screenshot tells us little about the new gestures of Android P, but the Home button would have a new feature similar to what we already see on the iPhone X.

"Based on our research, we know that people feel tethered to their devices", Pichai said.