Google Started releasing the June 2022 software update Pixel Smartphones. The update comes a month after it was made available on Google’s QPR (Quarterly Platform Release) beta channel. It doesn’t bring any major new features, but does include some new minor features along with fixes for over a dozen bugs.
Which pixel models are supported?
The June software update is being released Pixel 4 and later models in a phased manner, so the update will take some time to reach everyone. Eligible Pixel smartphone users can check for OTA update through System Settings. They can also download the software build and install it manually.
The June 2022 software update lets users add a shortcut to the vaccination card on their home screen. This feature is available in the US, Australia and Canada. In addition, it adds a new Pocket Operator app, which will allow users to create funny clips. App is only supported by Pixel 5 and new smartphones.
Pixel June software update brings new features to the “at a glance” widget
With the Pixel 6, Google introduced a new “at a glance” widget. Well, now the June feature drop adds some new features to it. You can get a live feed from your Nest Doorbell; It’ll send you a reminder if you’ve left your flashlight on, and you’ll also get air-quality alerts in the widget itself, but that’s limited to India, Australia, and the US only.
Google Messages app for Pixel gets support for more chat translation languages
The June update for Pixel also takes Conversation Mode out of beta. Also, Feature Drop brings some updates real tone Chat translations in the Filtering and Messages app will now also be available in Traditional Chinese, Dutch, Korean, Thai and Turkish.
The update comes with a total of 23 bug fixes, including improvements for the slow fingerprint sensor, battery life, and Bluetooth stability. In addition, it extends the security patch to June 2022.