• The phone will not heat up quickly due to the cooling chamber

    Samsung Galaxy M35 5G has been launched. This is the new smartphone of the M-series. Works on the latest Android 14 operating system. It has a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED display. It also has a weapon cooling chamber, which does not allow the phone to heat up quickly. The new smartphone has a triple rear camera setup. Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Z Fold2.

  • Photos will be able to be shared on Apple iCloud

    Google and Apple are preparing to launch a new tool. An agreement has been made between the two for this. This will make it easier for users to transfer their photos from Google Photos to Apple’s iCloud Photos. This tool will add iCloud transfer to the export options of Google Takeout. It can be launched next week. For this, the user will not need to repeatedly download his photo from Google Photos and upload it separately to iCloud. It will take some time for the photo to be transferred.

  • Favorite contact will be visible in the call tab

    KatsApp has added a new Favorite section under the call tab. With this, users will be able to easily call and chat with their favorite contacts. As soon as you open WhatsApp, you will also get a favorite option along with All, Group. This feature has started rolling out. To use it, WhatsApp will have to be updated. You will see the Favorite tab of WhatsApp as soon as you open the app. After this, the red option will appear. After clicking on it, then select your favorite number from the contact chat.

  • Apple releases beta version of iOS 18

    Apple has released the beta version of iOS 18. The iOS 18 update was announced at the Worldwide Developer Conference on June 10 last month. The update includes features like a new set of customization options, new text effects, the ability to lock and hide apps, manage mail inbox.

  • AI Studio feature arrives on WhatsApp

    Meta is rolling out a new feature called AI Studio for its WhatsApp users. This will allow users to interact with Meta AI along with many other chatbots on the platform. Under the new feature, users will get chatbots in different categories like Learn, Sports and many others on WhatsApp, which will be able to have conversations related to that category.

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  • WhatsApp is bringing a new design of the interface

    Android users are going to get a new update on WhatsApp soon. WhatsApp is going to change its interface. With this change, the bottom calling bar will change. In this, the option to disconnect the call, mute and put it on speaker is available at the bottom of the screen. WhatsApp’s new interface for calling is currently available to users who install the latest update of WhatsApp beta from Google Play Store.

  • The panic button of the app will help the students

    The Rajasthan Police is going to bring a new app to solve the problems of students who have come to Kota from far off places. The police has shared its concept with the students. According to the concept, a panic button has been installed in it which will help them. In case of any problem or trouble, the panic button present in this app can be used, through which this information will reach the police directly. At present, the Kota Police has only shared the concept among the students and has sought advice on it. It will be prepared and launched soon.

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  • how to develop an android app using python

    yes it is feasible to develop an android application in pure python, in order to achieve this I suggest you use BeeWare, which is just a suite of python tools, that work together very well and they enable you to develop platform native applications in python.

    checkout this video by the creator of BeeWare that perfectly explains and demonstrates it’s application

    How it works

    Android’s preferred language of implementation is Java – so if you want to write an Android application in Python, you need to have a way to run your Python code on a Java Virtual Machine. This is what VOC does. VOC is a transpiler – it takes Python source code, compiles it to CPython Bytecode, and then transpiles that bytecode into Java-compatible bytecode. The end result is that your Python source code files are compiled directly to a Java .class file, which can be packaged into an Android application.

    VOC also allows you to access native Java objects as if they were Python objects, implement Java interfaces with Python classes, and subclass Java classes with Python classes. Using this, you can write an Android application directly against the native Android APIs.

    Once you’ve written your native Android application, you can use Briefcase to package your Python code as an Android application.

    Briefcase is a tool for converting a Python project into a standalone native application. You can package projects for:

    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • iPhone/iPad
    • Android
    • AppleTV
    • tvOS.

    You can check This native Android Tic Tac Toe app written in Python, using the BeeWare suite. on GitHub

    in addition to the BeeWare tools, you’ll need to have a JDK and Android SDK installed to test run your application.

    and to answer your second question: a good environment can be anything you are comfortable with be it a text editor and a command line, or an IDE, if you’re looking for a good python IDE I would suggest you try Pycharm, it has a community edition which is free, and it has a similar environment as android studio, due to to the fact that were made by the same company.