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Earlier this month, the official Pixel Stand app hit the Play Store. Now, two other Pixel-exclusive apps have popped up on Google's online storefront – Pixel Tips and Connectivity Health Services.
Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL. There is a total of 20 tutorials packed in the app, each with its own sleek animation that shows how the feature works. Tips are grouped by type and range from how to make the most of Google Assistant, to taking better photos, to taking and editing screenshots easily. The same tips are available via the Settings app on the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.Pixel Tips, as the name implies, is an app that provides users with helpful tips on their new
Connectivity Health Services is arguably the more interesting app, however, in that it promises to be actually useful, yet the description in its Google Play Store listing is extremely vague. It reads: "Improves battery health with connectivity optimizations." Things become even more mysterious when we factor in the Play Store screenshots for the app, which are the same image repeated four times. Yes, that's right. The app should come pre-installed on all Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL units anyway, though it remains to be seen whether it actually does something.