Gmail Expanding Smart Reply Feature to Help You Compose an Entire Mail

May 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google introduced a small ounce of its AI in Gmail with Smart Replies, which was initially available for the mobile app version. The feature, which is now available in the new version of Gmail, lists a few automated replies that could be inserted to respond to mails based on the context. Now, the feature is […]

Google Assistant is Finally Speaking like a Human and It Can Make Calls on Your Behalf Too

May 9, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

 It wouldn’t sound bit exaggerated when saying that Google’s investment off-recently have mostly been centered around Google Assistant rather than on AI as a whole. The digital assistant, which is already outfitted with AI and machine learning capabilities, have become the core of many Google applications, and it’s soon to get expanded to other services […]

Google Details Android P at I/O; Public Beta Now Available

May 9, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android P is bound to hit new smartphones at a later point this year. But ahead of that, Google has kept its usual process running by detailing the upcoming OS at its I/O conference. At the keynote of the event, Google has confirmed the presence and addition of many new features in Android P that […]

Gboard for Android is Getting In-App GIF Creator Along with Stickers from Allo

May 7, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Gboard, the third-party keyboard app from Google, is testing some new features for the Android including a new in-app custom GIF maker. The features are available now for some users in the beta version of the app for Android. The highlight among the newly tested features is the GIF maker that lets users create quick […]

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 […]

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 […]

Gmail to Refine Web Experience with Addition of Snooze, Smart Reply and Other Features

April 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google will shortly revamp the Gmail experience on Web. A notification for the same was sent out to Gsuite administrators recently, following which the testing has now been open for the administrators. Accordingly, Google will have many of the features from Inbox and Gmail mobile app borrowed for refining the user experience in web. The […]

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 […]

Google is Making Use of Emojis Easier on Desktop with a New Chrome Shortcut

April 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Emojis are everywhere, thanks to its ease of access when you type through smartphones. Whether you have them inserted from keyboard pop-ups or by typing, emojis are much easier to access in smartphones. But that’s not exactly the case on desktops. Emojis doesn’t appear as a built-in feature on browser or on desktops apart from […]

‘Sets’ Multitasking in Windows Get More Browser-Like with Latest Preview

April 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s focus on improving the multitasking capabilities in Windows had earlier resulted in the introduction of Sets, a tab-based multitasking program for running various processes. Now, it’s getting further enriched with the arrival of the latest preview for Windows 10. For those unaware, Sets was introduced in an earlier update to offer browser-like multitasking to […]

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