Google Adds iOS 14 Search Widget with Lens, Secret Shortcut 9to5Google

Yolanda Curtis
September 20, 2020

If you've not already, you must be getting sick of the notification (I know I am) - then go to settings.

San Francisco, Sep 19 (SocialNews.XYZ) Google has given its users easier access to Search, Chrome and Gmail on the new Apple iOS 14.

Go all the way down and you'll notice an option - "Back Tap". In any case, at that point, if they restart the telephone, iOS 14 changes that default back to Apple's Safari. Let us know in the comments...

All of you also have to keep in mind that the back tap feature is only going to work when you have an iPhone 8 or above.

Then scroll down to "Back Tap".

The "Back Tap" feature that came with the new software means that you can now control your iPhone in a new way - just by tapping the back of it.

Plenty of actions can be defined such as App Switcher, Home, Lock Screen, Screenshot, Shake, Volume Up and Down, Magnifier, and Speak Screen.

Moreover, you all have to decide whether you want to define your work with double-tap or with a triple tap?
While Android home screens have continually evolved - launchers have continued to improve and icon packs get bigger and better - there's one aspect of the home screen that has remained painfully, abominably stagnant: widgets.

Google's YouTube unit appears to be restricting picture-in-picture video viewing on Apple's iOS 14 to subscribers of its Premium subscription service, while promised 4K resolution in tvOS 14 is a no-show.

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