Google is rolling out the swipe-to-switch feature for its Android users, making it easier to switch between multiple Gmail accounts. This feature was made available for iOS users only last year.
Through the swipe-to-switch feature, as the name itself suggests, Android users will be able to switch from one account to another by swiping (up or down) in the top right corner of the Google account. It is also very easy to use. As soon as you swipe, your profile icon will be changed first.
It depends on whether you have added your image here or the default first alphabet icon, according to this you will see the icon of your account. This feature was first spotted in the Gmail app v2019.08.18, which is now being rolled out on the Play Store.
Please tell that Gmail is not the only app in which Google has given the swipe-to-switch feature. This week, search engine company Google has also rolled out this feature in Google Content (version 3.8.3), Google Maps (version 10.23.0) and Google Drive (version 2.19.332). The way to use it in all apps is the same.
Recently the company has introduced a new feature for its Photos app. With the help of this feature, it will be easier to detect the text in the clicked photo and search the photo by typing the text. In this era of smartphones with better cameras, we fill our phone gallery with thousands of images. In such a situation, if a particular image is needed suddenly, it becomes very difficult to find it. However, now this problem of users is going to be overcome with this new feature of Google Photos.
Google Photos announced through its official Twitter account, ‘From the beginning of this month, you will be able to search through any text written in a photo. For this, you have to select the text in the clicked photo. The new feature provides an option to copy the entire text in the photo. The user only has to click on the lens button after opening the photo and select the text.