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Android devices will soon get a new privacy and security center



Android devices security center

Google becomes highly active when it comes to user privacy and security concerns. The company assures that consumers are enjoying its apps and services with a stress-free mindset. And to maintain this surety, the US tech maker is going to add a new and advanced privacy-security center to Android devices.

The information sneaks from the Twitter handle of Mishaal Rahman. He shared an interesting description of the progressive safety center that will soon take place in the time ahead. Alongside, he also posts relevant images.

As per his latest reports, the US manufacturer is trying to revamp the security panel and combine it with the privacy section. Ultimately, this blender will integrate all the useful and security-related functions into one section.

As a result, users will find App Security, Find My Device, Security Updates, Device lock, Google Play System Update, and more in one place. We can that this center will work as a security hub for Android devices with everything in one spot.

After the restructuring, the security and privacy center will look like a house of rectangular cards. Consequently, these cards will alert the users of safety risks, or whenever there is an issue with the smartphone.

Android devices security center

New Privacy and Security Center arriving soon!

So far, the revamped security panel was rumored to arrive near April. However, for some unknown reasons, the company put a halt on the subject. But according to the new announcement, this change will land on Android devices very soon.

The Twitter analyst also noted that this feature has been a part of the Android 13 QPR (Quarterly Platform Release) Beta 2 update. This is another confirmation that we will grab this addition on our Android devices shortly.

As usual, Google will begin rolling out this feature from the Pixel devices, and thereafter it will cover Android phones. So get ready to install a new and dynamic security center on your smartphone with the next Google update.

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Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.