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Gmail’s latest update allows you to set it as the default email app for iOS 14
Sep22

Gmail’s latest update allows you to set it as the default email app for iOS 14

Credit: Apple Store Gmail has a new update that makes it the default email app for iOS 14. The company made the announcement via its Twitter page on Monday. With this, the Gmail app can now be set as the default email app on both iPhone and the iPad. To get started, update your version of the Gmail app for iOS to the latest one, then proceed to Settings on either iPad or iPhone, scroll down and tap the Gmail logo. Tap default email...

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Google Meet users can now see up to 49 people simultaneously
Sep16

Google Meet users can now see up to 49 people simultaneously

Credit: https://9to5google.com/2020/09/15/google-meet-background-blur/ Google Meet has started rolling out an expanded grid that allows you to see up to 49 people during a meeting. A preview of the newly updated functionality was made available to users last month. In the coming weeks, users will be able to see up to 49 people at the same time. Per 9to5google, this is just one of a couple of other updates and features being rolled out...

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Google adds dedicated Bitmoji tab to Gboard
Sep09

Google adds dedicated Bitmoji tab to Gboard

Credit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.inputmethod.latin Google Gboard will start nudging you to install the Bitmoji app as part of a new test being conducted by Google. This by way of a new and dedicated Bitmoji tab that has now been added to one of the world’s most popular keyboard app. This is regardless of whether or not you have the app installed on your device. Before now, Bitmoji was only...

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Google Maps adds new parking payments feature
Sep06

Google Maps adds new parking payments feature

Credit: https://www.wingsnewspaper.net/how-to-view-google-maps-in-3d-from-your-mobile/ Google Maps has welcomed a new feature that lets you pay for parking within the app. The feature, which is in partnership with Passport, is currently only available in Austin, and Texas, and will be widely available in the coming weeks. Google’s partnership with Passport, a transportation software company, will enable people in those two cities to...

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Google will soon make Duo available on Android TV
Aug28

Google will soon make Duo available on Android TV

Credit: https://blog.google/products/meet/cast-google-meet-duo-calls/ Google Duo users will soon be able to make one-on-one video calls on Android TV, Google has announced. A beta version of the new functionality is due for release in the coming weeks. For users who do not have built-in camera, a USB camera would do just fine. This is a part of Google’s wider plan of making its video calling app more popular and competitive in the...

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Google Chrome now lets you group tabs by topics or tasks
Aug26

Google Chrome now lets you group tabs by topics or tasks

Credit: https://blog.google/products/chrome/organize-your-tabs-and-stay-productive-chrome Google Chrome has announced a couple of new changes to make the browser even better. All categories of users including Android, desktop and Chromebooks are not left out.   Tab Grouping Tab groups was first introduced back in May as a beta. The feature will serve as a useful addition to all those who like to keep things tidy. With the tool,...

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