Google works to fix Android contact tracker app problems By Reuters

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(Reuters) – Alphabet’s (NASDAQ 🙂 Inc’s Google said on Wednesday it was investigating problems with Android applications developed using the company’s Exposure Notification System that aids in contact tracing. The problem appears to be delaying the ability of these apps to load or perform regular exposure checks, a Google spokesperson said. The exposure notification system, launched by Apple (NASDAQ 🙂 and Google in September, allows public health authorities to use smartphones to aid in contact tracing without having to create an application. The NHS COVID-19 app, used in England and Wales for contact tracing, said its Android users were getting a notification on the loading screen and was working with Google to resolve the issue. (https: // The issue was first reported by Verge.

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