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Netflix cancels series after massive loss of subscribers, Android loses users, this is the recap

Netflix decides to cancel a wave of new series after the massive loss of subscribers, Android loses more and more users to iOS, a bug on Google Messages which melts the battery of your Android smartphone, it is the recap of the main news for this Friday, April 22, 2022.

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Too busy with work and family? By exploring the Underworld on the Elden Ring? By the new season of Call Of Duty: Warzone or by Moon Knight to follow all the Android news? No problem, we summarize for you the main news of the day before. On the program for this Friday, April 22, 2022, Netflix, which decides to cancel a wave of new series after the massive loss of subscribers, the flight of Android users to iOS and a bug on Google Messages which melts your battery of smartphone… On track!

Netflix cancels a wave of new series

Netflix has just had a complicated week. The streaming giant accuses the loss of more than 200,000 subscribers, a record in the history of the company. Faced with this setback, the platform decided to take drastic decisions, and in particular the cancellation of several new series to come on the service. Indeed, several animated series in production have simply been canceled, to the great despair of the directors and the teams.

Learn more : Netflix cancels a new wave of series because of its massive loss of subscribers

Android is losing more and more users to iOS

The latest report from the StockApp company is formal: more and more users are deciding to leave the Android ecosystem in favor of iOS. Indeed, Google’s operating system has gone from 77% market share to 69% in just four years. If it remains number one, it must be noted that Apple is gradually rising, since iOS has gained 6% market share over the same period, to reach 25% today.

Learn more : Android loses more and more users, iOS recovers 6% market share

This Google Messages bug is draining your battery

The latest news from this selection concerns an unprecedented bug reported on Google Messages, the American giant’s instant messaging application. Since its last update, the app tends to drain the battery life of your Android smartphone. The reason ? A bug that keeps the camera open in the background. Fortunately, there is an easy way to get rid of it.

Learn more : Google Messages – a bug melts the battery of your Android smartphone

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