Poll: Have you recently encountered any bugs in Google’s Android apps?

Source: Brandon Lee / Android Central

Google makes a lot of great apps for smartphones, whether they are on iOS or the best Android phones, that is, when they work. While no app developer is perfect, and apps can often experience bugs, Google can’t seem to put their apps and services together to work. Something important always seems to be breaking, which can make some apps and even phones useless.

A few Google-specific bugs hit our radar this week, and we want to know if you’ve dealt with any of them or maybe others.

A pesky bug that has plagued users for some time involves Google Messages refusing to connect to RCS, leaving users without any of the useful chat features like real-time input indicators, read receipts, and high media. resolution. Instead, users find that the app will get stuck while checking or trying to connect to the service without doing so.

Another bug, perhaps more annoying, concerns the Google Clock app. It may not seem so important, but many people rely on the app for their alarm, which is the very thing that is affected. Many users report that their alarms no longer go off, even with the volume at maximum. Often times, alarms will also not show up as coming and will just show up as “missed” without actually ringing.

The issue appears to only affect the Google Clock Android app and not Google smart displays like the Nest Hub (2nd gen).

Other bugs we’ve noticed recently include a weird one that consumes the phone’s storage space and one that crashes Pixel 3 phones in EDL mode, but of course there are probably a lot of bugs to be found on apps. Android from Google.

Ring down below and let us know what issues you have had in any of Google’s Android apps.

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