Now there is a new paint application available for devices with Google Play Store, we can also tip through Lieferando and create collections in Edge.
Some more or less popular applications are being updated, including the currently very popular Lieferando application. Now there is a suggestion function for the apps on the mobile platform. Own drivers must receive 100 percent of the tip, and Lieferando members are encouraged to pass on paid tips through the app. The latter is unlikely to be controllable, so we expect good bosses here.
Customers do not pay tips directly when ordering, but only to the food tracker or later via the order summary. The new feature is already included in the Android app changelog, so it should now be available for use.
Krita: Bad-App starts for Android and Chrome OS
A previously unknown paint app is now starting out as a beta for Google’s mobile operating systems. To be more precise, Krita is now available as a beta version for Android and Chrome OS, the developers recently announced on their blog. For me, early access currently only works on my Chromebooks via Google Play, but Krita should work on tablets as well. Currently, smartphones are still excluded from use.
Edge for Android integrates collections
Microsoft is donating the next new feature to the mobile Edge browser. Now the so-called collections are being integrated. A collection generally consists of web content. We know something similar from the Google application on smartphones. The collections are said to now be integrated into the Android version of Edge, but through a server-side update and thus not through a classic app update. Collections can be synced with other devices as other content.