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Google Play adds “Try it Now” button so you can try apps before installing them
Oct20

Google Play adds “Try it Now” button so you can try apps before installing them

Google has introduced a new way to try an app on Google Play before downloading it to your phone. I tried installing an app on the Play Store earlier in the week, and I was surprised to discover an option asking me to try out the app before installing it. When I hit the button, I was instantly granted access to its settings and features; yet I hadn’t installed it at the time. I think it’s a good way to try out some apps, especially...

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Google Photos can now detect and group all your pet photos in one place
Oct19

Google Photos can now detect and group all your pet photos in one place

Last May Google Photos announced that it had reached 500 million active user-base—and it’s easy to know why it didn’t take time to achieve this feat. The photo app has remained one of the most popular apps in terms of features and regular updates. To further underscore just how important the app is, Google has once again added a cool new feature to reinforce its commitment to making Photos one of the best. Google Photos can now detect...

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Google is promoting its chat app Allo in universities
Oct18

Google is promoting its chat app Allo in universities

Google is leaving no stone unturned as it embarks on massive campaign to make its chat app Allo very popular. By publicizing the chat app in multiple universities in the US, the Mountain View California-based tech giant knows that it stands a chance of giving Facebook Messenger a run for its money. If Google succeeds in convincing college students that the app has everything they need to for group chat, then it probably stands a...

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Google Calendar on the web now has a refreshing new look
Oct17

Google Calendar on the web now has a refreshing new look

Google has a lot of app; but one in particular has remained rooted at a particular spot in terms of design. Not anymore because one of its biggest apps, Google Calendar is now spotting a refreshing new look. Google Calendar on the web now has a material design—and I bet you will love the new look. With a new color palette and a responsive layout, your calendar is now adjustable to the size of your browser window. Google has also...

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Google is integrating Duo video calling into Android apps
Oct13

Google is integrating Duo video calling into Android apps

Google wants you to make video calling one of the easiest things you can do on your phone. To achieve this, the Mountain-View California-based tech giant is integrating its video calling app, Duo into Android apps. By injecting direct support for Duo into its core apps on your Android OS, Google believes that video calling will become easier and everyone can start using Duo—a video calling app it launched last year. This will be...

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Google Allo on the web gets Opera, Firefox and iOS support
Oct11

Google Allo on the web gets Opera, Firefox and iOS support

Google’s plan of taking Allo to the very top in order to help it compete with big players like WhatsApp, iMessage and Facebook Messenger appears to be on the right track. Last August, Allo launched a web version that enables you to chat with your friends right from your desktop. Google added a web version then, but only limited it to Android devices as well as its Chrome browser. Keeping with its promise to make the web version of the...

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