Google has almost unnoticed sneaked a new icon into your Android phone – see what’s hiding behind the icon.
Google has almost unnoticed sneaked a new program into many Android phones. If you haven’t got it, you should probably assume that it comes before long.
The new app has gotten a green icon with the distinctive “g” that characterize several other Google apps such as Google +.
It might sound strange that Google sneaks new applications onto people’s mobiles, but it is not so fishy, as it might sound.
Behind the new icon is hiding, what Google calls “Google settings” and lets the user manage settings for several of Google’s apps at one and the same place.
When you open Google settings, you can, among other things, see where you using Google + to log in and change the settings to, for example, Google + and Maps.
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