Google Pixel Buds Overview Updated September 12, 2018

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October 2017 - September 2018

Google Pixel Buds Stories September 12

Last year’s Pixel Buds were some of my favorite wireless headphones, but they were flawed in some big ways. As we approach Google’s October 9th hardware unveiling, we’re expecting the company to reveal a second-gen Pixel Buds 2, and there are a few key places where they can be improved.

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Google Pixel Buds Stories May 15

During I/O 2018, the Google app gained the ability to customize what notifications get sent to Assistant headphones. Today, Google is rolling out a number of new features to Pixel Buds, including new double and triple tap gestures, as well as the ability to easily switch between devices.

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Google Pixel Buds Stories May 10

Google’s hardware has been evolving a lot over the years, and with a spectacular offering last year, we’re all excited to see what’s coming this October. Now, an early report claims that Google is adding a smartwatch to its lineup this Fall…

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Google Pixel Buds Stories May 9

In March, our APK Insight of the Google app revealed upcoming capabilities for Pixel Buds like customizing the double-tap gesture and in-ear detection. Today, the Google app is adding a new setting for the headphones to customize and better control the notification experience.

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Google Pixel Buds Stories March 19

Earlier this month, our APK Insight of Google app 7.23 revealed that Pixel Buds might soon add the ability to customize the Double Tap gesture, among other new commands and possible in-ear detection. An update is now rolling out to the Pixel Buds that changes Double Tap to skip tracks.

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Google Pixel Buds Stories March 9

The latest beta version (7.23) of the Google app is rolling out this afternoon and it reveals a number of upcoming features for Pixel Buds. Namely, users will be able to customize controls like Double Tap, while a new Triple Tap gesture addresses a common complaint of these Google Assistant headphones.

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