A funny bug was reported yesterday by Android smartphone users where if they wanted to search “what is iMessage” on Google, the app simply crashed. We tried it on four different Android smartphones — Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, Asus ROG Phone II, OnePlus 7 Pro and Xiaomi Mi A3 — and just couldn’t ask about this popular iPhone feature on Google Search. However, it did appear that Google had fixed the bug as after a couple of hours, we were able to search for “what is iMessage” on Android smartphones. Interestingly, the query was answered on the web and even by Google Assistant but not on an Android phone that had the Google Search app. The query was answered precisely on iPhone’s Google app as well. This issue wasn’t restricted to India alone it seems. According to a report by Android Authority, Reddit users also pointed out the issue on their Android smartphones. A Reddit user who was facing the ‘issue’ explained in on the forum, “From my little 30-min testing, this is what I made out. This (the app crash) happens due to some internal function conflict between Google app’s “web search” and “assistant”. When you ask the same… Read full this story
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