Google currently has iOS widgets for Gmail, Drive and Fit, with more

At the point when iOS 14 turned out in September, Google was first third-party designers to come out with a home screen widget for one of its iPhone and iPad applications. It’s currently turning out new ones for Gmail, Drive and Fit.

A portion of the new widgets look more valuable than others. For example, the one that accompanies Google Fit looks incredible.

In addition to the fact that it lets you see the improvement you’re making toward your day by day step and heart focuses objectives, however it additionally gives you a week after week breakdown of your movement.

However, the Gmail one appears as though it could utilize some work. As should be obvious from the screen capture Google shared, you can utilize its new gadget to look your inbox and begin creating an email.

It likewise shows a tally of your unread messages, which is something you would already be able to check whether you look at the application symbol.

The company is likewise taking a shot at gadgets for Gcal and Chrome. The previous gives you an outline of your upcoming arrangements. Tapping on one of the shading coded occasion symbols will let you see your full schedule.

Then, the Chrome one allows you to search or type in a URL, open a tab in incognito mode, lead a voice search and scan a QR code. Google says a more modest form of the gadget comes “with a little prehistoric surprise.” They don’t think about you, however they can hardly wait to see the Chrome Dinosaur on their home screen.

You can add the Gmail, Drive and Fit gadgets to your iPhone and iPad home screen beginning today.

The Calendar one will be accessible at some point in the next few weeks, while the Chrome one will advance toward everybody at some point one year from now — however you can attempt by installing the beta on your phone.

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