Google Play Services' Neutral Network API Updates Improve Assistant and Other Apps—Better Snapdragon Performance?

Google Play Services will soon be more enjoyable, thanks to the upcoming Neural Network API updates. If you don’t know what is Google Play Services, it provides the latest updates for the applications you install from Google Play Store.

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On the other hand, this service is also a layer of software that connects your apps, Google services, and Android in one place. Google Play Services also runs in the background of your Android device.

Thanks to this capability, it can manage things such as push notifications, app location permission, and other essential features that you need to check before activating.

Since most Android devices are still using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon, the new Neural Network API updates will be beneficial since they can improve their chips’ performances.

To give you more idea, here’s how you can benefit from Google Play Services’ upcoming Neural Network API updates.

Google Services’ Neural Network API Updates Details

According to Android Police‘s latest report, Qualcomm’s Neural Network API is one of the complex things that make parts of Android better. These updates can do these without the smartphone user even noticing it.

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To make it more simple, the upcoming Neural Network API updates of Google Play Services allow developers to apply some of the extremely complicated parts of neural network processing to local Android hardware.

This means that Android users will have a chance to enjoy a boosted background app performance, as well as Snapdragon performance. As of the moment, Qualcomm and Google haven’t revealed the exact release date of these updates. But, they said that it could arrive sooner than expected.

Things to Expect by Android Users

Once the new Neural Network API updates arrive on Google Play Services, Android users can expect a lot of things that they can surely enjoy. Developers NDK provided the exact details of the benefits that you can receive. Here are some of them:

  • Enhanced Availability (Android users can soon run the app even when there’s no WiFi signal)
  • Improved Privacy (Smartphone owners can feel safer since their sensitive data will no longer leave their handsets)
  • Better Latency (Android users no longer need to send a request over a network connection. On the other hand, they also don’t need to wait for a response)
  • More Speed (Android fans can expect significantly faster computation than a general-purpose CPU)

For more news updates about Google Play Services and its upcoming innovations, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes.

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