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Google’s Now Playing May Keep Track of Location And Activities

With the second generation Pixel devices, the tech giant Google introduced a new feature called Now Playing. If you are not a Pixel user, then it is a feature which will come consistently listen to the ambient music and compare that particular song against a database of popular songs, and if it recognizes that song, it will show it on the lock screen and in the notification panel.

And with the third generation Pixel devices, Google improved its performance and the started to keep a history of all the songs which is recognized for the user. Well, now we got new information which suggests that Google is going to bring a major update to the Google Now Playing feature.

The guys at XDA Developers found a piece of evidence through an app teardown, they spotted lines of code in the March beta release (1.0.229715350) of Pixel Ambient Services indicate that it may start tracking location and activity.

According to the discovery, the feature will get the ability to record the location and activity of a user. At this point, we don’t have much information about the same. We are looking forward to hearing more about the same in the coming and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates.

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