Google is dropping another update to the Google Clock app with the ability to change how your snoozer interacts with your alarm.
In version 7.4 of the Google Clock app, the slider for snoozing or stopping alarms has been removed and replaced with a large button. android police Founder Posted by Artem Russakovskii This change on Twitter shows a screenshot of the new layout. Snooze on the left and Stop on the right. So instead of swiping, the user now presses her one of the selected buttons when the alarm rings. Time will tell if this method is actually more natural and effective. Could Google consider providing an option to choose a slider or button layout in a future update?
Speaking of options, there’s the option to make the volume buttons do nothing in the alarm settings. Before this we had snooze, stop and control volume.
This update also includes changes to the timer section of the app, adding larger buttons. In particular, his UI for Timer Expires now shows a circled countdown his timer, with the timer title moved to the top left and more prominent buttons for adding time or stopping the timer. It shows. The timer’s add and stop buttons are the same size and shape and centered.
Users accustomed to the default “beep, beep, beep” expiration timer sound will be shocked as it has been replaced with a less reliable but more hilarious beep.
By the way, not everyone has seen the Google Clock 7.4 update yet. Please rest assured. It’s rolling out now, but of course you can also grab the APK and sideload it. Let us know what you think of this change, especially if you use alarms and timers daily.