Android phones will receive Covid-19 updates via Google Play Services

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According to the sharing information, Android phones will receive Covid-19 updates via Google Play Services. The first phase of the building, created in collaboration, is expected to be released next month.

We have previously explained to you that Google and Apple are working on a Bluetooth technology that puts user privacy and security at the center of the business and how the system will work to help governments and healthcare organizations reduce the spread of the virus.

As a reminder, a joint structure will be created with the cooperation of Google and Apple. But let’s add that this cooperation will not develop any applications, while 3rd party developers and health institutions will be able to develop applications in the future through this structure.

So how Android phones will get Covid-19 updates has been a question mark so far. According to the information shared today, Android phones will receive Covid-19 updates via Google Play Services. The first phase of the building, created in collaboration, is expected to be released next month.

Google, who wants to integrate this structure into the Android operating system, announced that it will use the platform’s software update tool, Google Play Services, to deliver Covid-19 updates to Android phones. According to the shared information, the first phase of the building, which was created in cooperation, will be published on May 1.

Google Play Services running in the background also enables features such as Google apps, security, finding lost devices and signing in. Let’s add that the updates to be offered with the Google Play Services infrastructure will be offered for phones using Android 6.0 Marshmallow and above.