Google has announced the demise of its popular Smm panel app, which had been a staple of Android users’ interfaces for years.
The news comes in a blog post that has also confirmed that the app will not be updated for the foreseeable future.SMM panel app is now officially dead.
All plans to support the app were scrapped.
The app was a favourite of Android device owners and the SMP panel app has been the go-to panel app for many years, with millions of users downloading it.
It offered a wealth of information including notifications, notifications settings, and much more.
The SMP app was used by Android devices to access the Google Search app, a feature that was discontinued in Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
In a blog posting, Google said: “The SMM panel is a fantastic panel app.
We were told that the SMA Panel icon could be changed in Android 5.0 but that was not the case. “
Unfortunately, the SMM icon and icon theme, as well as the icon colors, were not supported by Android in Lollipop.”
We were told that the SMA Panel icon could be changed in Android 5.0 but that was not the case.
It is possible to get the old and new icons but we would love to see them in Lollypool.
“In a recent post on its forums, Google noted that it would continue to support SMP, but added: “As it turns out, there’s an app for that.”SMP panel apps were not as popular as the more popular Android icons but have been used by millions of Android smartphone users for years, particularly in the US.
The removal of the app comes at a time when Android devices are increasingly used for social networking.
A few weeks ago, the App Store saw a significant surge in activity for social media apps such as Facebook Messenger, Twitter, and Snapchat.
Google’s announcement follows similar moves by other smartphone makers including Apple, Microsoft, and others to remove the S-Bar from their phones.