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Google System Update For March 2023 Improve Wallet App, Battery Life, Device Storage, Network Usage, And More

After rolling out this month’s Android security patch to eligible Pixel smartphones, Google recently released the Google System Update for March 2023 for Android users worldwide. The update includes improvements to the Wallet app, battery life, device storage, network usage, and more.

As always, Google begins rolling out new March 2023 Google system updates with new improvements for its Android phones, tablets, Android TV and Google TV devices, Android Auto-enabled vehicles, Wear OS devices, and Chrome OS devices.

Google System Update – March 2023 

As per the changelog, the update packs under-the-hood improvements to make your device run smoother and improves the Wallet app and System Management. With this update, users can now selectively exclude imported loyalty cards from Gmail. 

The update improves system management and utility services, improving battery life, device storage, and network usage. On the other hand, Google System Updates make your Android devices more secure and reliable and provide you with new and useful features and improvements.

Furthermore, these updates are important for your Google Play system apps as they provide regular performance and functionality improvements to the apps. For more information, check the full changelog below.

What’s new in March 2023 Google System Update:

Wallet:

  • [Phone] Wallet users can selectively exclude loyalty cards imported from Gmail.

System Management:

  • [Auto] [TV] [Phone] [Wear OS] [PC] Updates to system management and usability services that improve battery life, device storage and network usage.

To see the benefits of the above improvements, you’ll need to make sure your device has the Google Play system update for March, version v08.23 of the Play Store, which rolled out on March 1, 2023.

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