Google Play Services is updated to v23.44 and adds support for third-party apps to use the Google Wallet ID.
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Google maintains its monthly pace to refine the Android ecosystem, usually using updates on Google Play Services, which, without going into too much detail, controls the core of Google Apps within Android (Mail, store, and much more). After implementing substantial changes in the Google Play store and other services earlier this month, attention is now focused on specific improvements in Wallet and utilities.
In the realm of mobile wallet services, users can now digitize copies of corporate identifications, adding them to their Google Wallet. This functionality is complemented by notifications alerting users to the need to verify their identity.
Autocomplete in email and other fields, and improvements in document scanning for wallet apps
Additionally, to optimize the user experience on Android Auto and smartphones, the autocomplete feature has been introduced in the compatible email field. This improvement eliminates the hassle of typing complete email addresses, as tapping the field will autocomplete with the most used usernames. Users can also select other options according to their preferences.
Those interested in exploring these new features can look for the latest update of Google Play Services, identified with version number v23.44. Installation of this update can be done through this app on Google Play.
November 2023 Changelog for Google Play Services v23.44 (2023/11/08)
- Fields detected as email addresses now autocomplete with Google, offering email addresses from previously saved usernames.
- Allows users to digitize their corporate identification in Google Wallet.
- Notifications to inform users about cards pending identity verification in their Wallet app.