Google Play system in the month of May has been released; the list of changes includes the addition of self-sharing to the Nearby Share feature, apart from a modular and intuitive redesign of the Google Help app. Google system updates consist of the Google Play Store, Android operating system, and Google Play Services. Each and every month, search engine giant comes up with the latest and recent updates and changes to what it calls the “Google System” for the major OS, Android. Usually, the changelog looks pretty much the same for each month, but May brought changes and improvements as well.
As per the report which has been revealed, Google is releasing self-sharing to Nearby Share, which facilitates an experience like AirDrop on Apple devices, with the newest Google Play May 2022 update. Nearby Share is also united with Chromebook and Windows PCs.
With this new update, users will be able to transfer files, links, and text from one device to another without approval. Look back the self-share option in Nearby Share was in the developmental stage last month and was first spotted in January.
To attain these latest features and improvements on an individual’s Android device, the potential end-users will have to update Google Play Services version 22.15 and Play Store version 30.3. Both these versions have already been introduced on May 2.
Additionally, users can directly visit Google Play to update Google Play Services. Furthermore, Google Play system updates can also be found in the Settings application, which comes under the About phone > Android version > Google Play system update on the phone.
Moreover, the new Google Play system update also got a redesign to the Google Help app. Although it’s feasible that Google can bring its “Material You” design theme to the app.