Google’s iOS 16 Lock Screen Widgets launches today. In addition, for many iPhone owners, it’s all about the lock screen. However, typefaces, colours, object-layer connections all supposed to add personalization and individuality. It’s something gadget users may see dozens or hundreds of times a day; capturing onlookers’ attention. Therefore, Apple’s lock screen formula includes widgets and APIs for app developers. Indeed Google has many users and little room for widgets.
The firm offers widgets for its search engine services; including Search; Lens, Translate, Google Shopping; and Google Scholar.
Google applications receive Google’s iOS 16 Lock Screen Widgets. Chrome’s four widgets open the browser, voice search, Incognito Mode, and the Dino game Easter egg. Drive’s four-slot widget shows Starred and recommended files. Google Maps provides two-slot widgets for rapid travel to home, work, or other locations. Cafes, restaurants, stores, and motels are searchable through widget. Gmail offers one-, two-, and four-slot inbox trackers. Google News features two headline spots.
Google Search helps consumers to search online quickly. Then, Users may type, speak, and utilise Google Lens with the new Search widget. Translations are also easily accessible.
Google’s Chrome Lock Screen widget lets users search by typing or speaking. Moreover, Chrome’s Incognito mode and Google Dino Run will be easily accessible.
Google Drive offers rapid access to personal and professional information. However, The widget will let users resume a project with one tap and propose files and folders.
The Google Maps Lock Screen widget provides real-time traffic information and projected journey times to and from home and work. The widget provides immediate access to restaurants, stores, and accommodations.
The Gmail widget shows how many fresh messages are in your inbox or by category.
Google News widgets provide real-time headlines. Tapping a headline displays the article. iOS 16 users will have widget options for Google items, which is excellent. Google plans to release these widgets in the coming weeks.