Google’s about to brick a bunch of useful Android apps that rely on Accessibility Services

by The Next Web 13/11/2017 at 6:05
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A bunch of handy apps on Android that let you do things like autofill passwords, copy content to your clipboard, and automate tasks, may soon no longer work on your mobile device because Google is changing the rules for accessing its platform’s Accessibility Services, reports Android Police. The company has been contacting developers of apps that rely on the Accessibility Services API for functions like overlaying content and filling in text fields, to ask them to restrict their usage only for functions that assist users with disabilities. Failure to explain the need for the API in this regard will result… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google