Tech giant Google is reportedly working on new settings for its upcoming system software update Android 14 that will allow users to set all regional preferences, eliminating the need to go into the Settings menu of every application. As per a report by Android Police, a hidden system setting page called Regional Preferences has been found in Android 14 DP1. It is expected to allow users to set system-wide preferences for temperature units, calendar format, first day of the week and number system. With the new settings enabled, apps will no longer need to ask or guess about users’ preferences. However, users may still have the option to use application defaults so that regional preferences don’t primarily control app settings, the report added. Last month, it was reported that Android 14 would start blocking the installation of apps targeting older versions of Android to help reduce the likelihood of malware. Meanwhile, another report mentions that the upcoming system software update from Google will change the share sheet of Android devices.
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