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Gmail app is rolling out new design, Material Theme on iOS and Android
Jan29

Gmail app is rolling out new design, Material Theme on iOS and Android

Google is pushing out a new look Gmail app for iOS and Android, and I am sure you are going to like it. The redesign is based on the Material Theme, which you already know by now is available on the web version of the world’s most popular email service. The look may have changed, but the truth is that the functionality of the Gmail app remains the same as you have always known it to be. The popular red bar at the top has been...

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Gmail adds redo and strikethrough shortcuts in Compose
Jan24

Gmail adds redo and strikethrough shortcuts in Compose

With the new Gmail for web now widely available for everyone, Google is now adding more exciting updates and shortcuts to consolidate its leading position among email providers. On Tuesday, Gmail added new compose formatting and download options to the web version. Three new features have now been added to the email service. These include, shortcut to undo/redo in the compose window, shortcut to strikethrough text, and ability to...

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French regulators fine Google $57M for EU privacy law violation
Jan23

French regulators fine Google $57M for EU privacy law violation

  A French data privacy watchdog has fined Google €50 million (roughly $57 million) on Monday for breaking EU privacy law. The fine preempts further actions regulators may file against US tech giants for EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Since the GDPR took effect in May 2018, privacy backers have complained against companies like Amazon, Netflix, Equifax, and Experian. EU regulators may push companies to change how they...

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Google has started rolling out speed limit in Maps
Jan20

Google has started rolling out speed limit in Maps

Another week, another major update—Maps has started rolling out its much anticipated speed limit feature to its users. Though, the roll out is not yet global as Mashable reports, the feature could be widely available around the world in the next couple of weeks. Going forward, drivers and other users of Google Maps will be shown the post speed limit of the road they are driving on in the lower left side of the app. Also added are...

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Google is rolling out vocal warnings and speed traps in Maps for some users
Jan17

Google is rolling out vocal warnings and speed traps in Maps for some users

Google Maps has welcomed so much features lately one begins to wonder if users won’t get confused someday. It is like a new feature is released every week—and despite the fact that most of them [features] are useful, users can hardly remember every one of them. That said, the latest set of features are very important, and will take the app to another level. Like Waze, Google Maps is adding speed traps, which is long overdue. The...

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YouTube launches a new way to swipe between videos
Jan15

YouTube launches a new way to swipe between videos

YouTube has launched a new way to swipe between videos. The new feature allows you to swipe left to see recently watched videos, and swipe to move to the next recommended in line. This new functionality retires the previous arrangement where a user had to active tap to move between videos. The feature was rolled out on Monday for iOS 6S and above, and is expected to be available to all users whose device fall within the requirement...

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