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Google Duo Starts Rolling Out Screen Sharing Feature with the New Update

May 21, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Duo was one app that struck the right chord with the Android users, unlike Allo. The immense popularity of the app has forced Google to roll out more intuitive features to Duo, and the latest result of those is the screen sharing feature. Sharing screen with other parties isn’t a common feature among video […]

YouTube Red is Now YouTube Premium, as Google Gears up to Launch YouTube Music

May 17, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is taking a shot at music streaming services by introducing a new dedicated music streaming service under the YouTube branding. Called YouTube Music, Google’s new streaming service will be going live next week, and it will be offering subscription-based service similar to the rival services. The service that will get launched on May 22 […]

Google Clips AI Camera can Now Shoot More Candid Family Moments

May 14, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Clips, the AI-backed camera that was designed to capture the moments you would miss with your smartphone, is getting bettered to deliver the promise it makes. The camera is now getting a firmware update that’s aimed to recognize and capture more of the unpredicted events and moments. Google Clips, the one of its kind […]

Google Expands Assistant Capabilities in Wear OS

May 7, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is deploying its personal digital assistant to get the better out of Wear OS, the dedicated OS for the range of wearable devices. Ahead of the Google I/O conference scheduled for Tuesday, a slew of new features have been announced for the Wear OS to uplift the wearable department. Much of the new features […]

Instagram Starts Rolling Out Video Call Feature; Redesigns Explore Page

May 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

No matter where the features get introduced, Facebook will most have almost all of them infused to all of its social media platforms at one point or the other. That’s something we have seen over time, and this was the very reason many was hoping for the entry of video call feature in Instagram, something […]

Opera’s Touch Browser is Here to Enhance One-Hand Browsing Experience

April 28, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone displays are getting bigger, and increasing along with it is the mess in handling the device with one hand. This becomes the most frustrating with the browser, as most of the modern-day browsers put the address bar and menu on top. But Opera has launched a new browser that could bring some big relief […]

Google Photos Gets Robust Video Editing Features with Latest Update

April 23, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Photos is not anymore just a photo storage app. Instead, it has transformed into a hub for sharing, storage, and editing of both photos and videos. As a result, Google is introducing new editing capabilities to the videos. An update to the Photos app is now rolling out to smartphones, carrying with a set […]

Google is Finally Upgrading the SMS Experience in Android with Chat

April 21, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has had several shots at improving the SMS experience in Android. Unfortunately, none of them proved good enough, not even the much hyped Allo messenger app. Ever since, Google has been working on a unified SMS replacement build from the scratches in tie up with phone operators around to world. Now, that very service […]

Chrome 66 Hits Stable Channel with Media AutoPlay Overhaul

April 19, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a short delay, Google’s tweaked media autoplay features have arrived on the stable version of Google Chrome. V66 of Chrome is now available with new features and fixes of which the highlight is the ability to block auto-playing videos. With the update, Chrome will automatically put halt to videos that play automatically with sound […]

Google is Experimenting New Navigational Gestures for Android P

April 16, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Notch support isn’t the only feature that is being borrowed from the iPhone X by Google for its upcoming smartphone OS iteration. Apparently, Google is also working on iPhone X-like navigational gestures to replace its current set of navigational buttons that include the home, back and recent apps button. According to a newly obtained screenshot, […]

Android Messages All Prepared to Arrive on Web Platform

April 14, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s array of messaging services has often been confusing. But sometimes, they manage to get the right thing done like having the experience unified for mobile and web platforms. That’s what is happening now with Android Message. The SMS-based service from Google is ready to be deployed into the web edition following the rollout of […]

Chrome OS Takes on iPad Pro in a Tablet Form with the HP Chromebook X2

April 11, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The advance of Chrome OS has caused a serious downslide in Apple’s ride with the iPad Pro. With the increase in popularity of Chromebooks, Apple has taken a heavier blow in the field of tablets, and it appears like more blows are inbound. After years of playing around with notebooks, Chrome OS is finally making […]

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