Android Fast Pair is a protocol known to users in Europe. This protocol arrived on the market at the end of 2017 and its goal was for users to be able to pair their Bluetooth headsets in a faster and easier way with their phones. Throughout this year, several improvements have been made to this protocol, which help it to work better.
So far, no changes had been made to its interface, but Google finally reorganizes the Android Fast Pair interface before the end of the year. This interface change is designed to make the pairing process even easier and faster for Android users.
Google Improves Bluetooth Headphones On Android By Updating To Fast Pair
Google has announced new features in its Fast Pair technology, changes that will improve all compatible Bluetooth headsets.
This is the new Android Fast Pair interface
Google now leaves us with a new type of notification when using Android Fast Pair. Until now, a normal notification was displayed on the phone, to then pair the bluetooth headphones. The new interface now leaves us with a large notification, which is displayed at the bottom of the phone screen.
In this notification we find a photo and the name of the headset that we will pair with the phone, as well as a lower button where we have the option “Connect”. Thanks to this new design, the notification is much clearer and more visible
When the headset has been paired with the phone, data such as the battery level of the headphones or from the case will be displayed in the normal top notification on the screen. The change introduced in Android Fast Pair was therefore not radical, even if it seems that Google has been inspired by iOS in this new interface that they are now using. The new design is already being deployed among users
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