Google offers a peek of its iOS 16 lock screen widgets for services like Gmail and Maps.

The Google is detailing forthcoming Lock Screen widgets across six main apps are scheduled to emerge over the upcoming weeks as iOS 16 launches for the iPhone today .

The simplest Gmail Lock Screen widget displays the number of “new messages” you have as a circle or a line. A detailed one offers additional customization options and categorizes your email in addition to Chats.

With consideration for preferred mode of transportation, a Google Maps Frequent Trips widget will offer “real-time traffic reports and predicted trip times to areas like home and work right.” The other widgets in the program allow users to search for nearby eateries, stores, cafes, or motels.

In addition to giving you one-tap access to starred files and folders, Google Drive can highlight suggested files for you to open, such as those that have been shared with you.

The next option is Google Search, which includes filters for voice search and Google Lens that include translation, schoolwork, and shopping.
Similar shortcuts are available in Chrome for voice search, new or incognito tabs, and even the Dino game.
The magazine is mentioned at the top of Google News’ “real-time headlines with a quick glance,” which is its final offering.
These Lock Screen widgets will be accessible “in the coming weeks,” according to Google.

Install your preferred Google apps on your iPhone to get ready in the interim. Simply press and hold down your Lock Screen to begin customizing once our widgets are accessible.

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