Google has reportedly begun rolling out an iOS-like function to simplify multi-product usage for the buyers of the Android ecosystem. A new choice titled ‘Sync Applications to Devices’ is now said to being released under the ‘Manage applications and device’ segment of Google PlayStore. This option is anticipated to allow Android users set up applications on all the units that they are logged-in from a solitary Google account. The purpose guiding releasing this characteristic is to elevate the usefulness quotient for the users of Android devices like phones, tablets, and watches, amongst other folks.
Google has not formally introduced the roll out of this aspect, nonetheless, some people have previously found the new selection on PlayStore. Screenshots of the exact same have emerged on Twitter.
Tapping on the option will reportedly let end users to see all the devices that are signed-in from their Google accounts. They can then decide on or deselect the devices they want to sync their telephone applications to.
A notice from Google reportedly also mentions, “Apps that you install on this gadget will also be installed on your synced gadgets.”
Persons applying two or more Android phones at the same time will also be in a position to mirror all their apps signed-in to the exact Google accounts on all of the phones. The element, nevertheless, will not update the applications on all the connected units at the exact same time. Buyers will have to manually update all the applications on various products.
Details on the broader rollout of this aspect stays unclear, like the timeline. A confirmation about this characteristic from Google is also awaited for the time currently being.
Apple now offers this functionality to iOS customers. By default, all the products related to the exact same Apple ID are synced throughout iPhones, iPads, MacBooksand Apple Watches.