Google keep widget not updating
Let Weather app refresh its data in the background. Open Settings app → General → Make sure Background App Refresh toggle is on and then turn on the switch next to Weather app. Once your i Phone has restarted, check out if the widget is not working or not. Many a time, I’m able to troubleshoot some miscellaneous issues just by updating the device.You might take a look at these troubleshooting guides: Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of i Geeks who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products.You can now access Google's slick Weather app without having to first open the Google or News & Weather apps.However, you will have to use Google to access the weather the old-fashioned way one more time, but you'll have the option to place a shortcut on your home screen to access the weather directly going forth. Simply press and hold the ON/OFF button and Home button until you see Apple logo on the screen. I’m sure the tricks as mentioned above would get the job done for you. If you are yet to overcome the issue, it’s time to delete the app and reinstall it. Hence, I’d recommend you to keep your device updated.But if you select While using the app, it is updated only when you open the app. It’d be great to know your feedback in the comments below.I was thinking of using a loop that goes through every minute, but wouldn't that just keep creating new widgets?So you are only reading from file once in your example.
This will give you a widget with today's date and any upcoming events in your Google Calendar, plus the weather just to the right.During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media. We will continue to fully support and improve security and usability for v2.Since it's just a shortcut to a function in the bigger Google app, you won't be able to tuck the Weather icon away in your app drawer.However, if you're not fond of that stray home screen icon, you might want to try the widget version of this same applet.