5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome to the 403rd edition of Android Apps Weekly. Here are the big headlines from the last week:

  • WhatsApp is officially rolling out end-to-end encrypted backups. The rollout started on October 15th so most users should have it by now. The new features let users lock their private messages on Google Drive or iCloud behind a password or a 64-bit encryption key. Hit the link to learn how to do it.
  • This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday is out with six more excellent wallpapers. This week featured a few good cityscapes along with some wallpapers from the Android Authority team. Click the link to check them out.
  • Google Search on mobile received its biggest update in years this week. The world’s most popular search engine now has an infinite scroll. Basically, instead of going to page two, the site now just keeps scrolling down infinitely. The change rolled out to English users in the US first with more to come over time.
  • Brave Browser now has its own search engine. The new search engine, Brave Search, offers many of the same features as DuckDuckGo. It doesn’t track your usage or anything like that. It’s now the default search engine in Brave Browser. There are likely concerns about how well it works. However, Brave says when the app can’t find something, it’ll still source other search providers.
  • Android 12 officially launched this week. With it came a plethora of new features for both the operating system and apps. Some include the new screenshot feature, a game mode API, a gaming dashboard (coming later this year), AppSearch, and more. Click the link to view everything.


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