2015 Is Going To Be Huge For Apps

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2014 was the year of gadgets and operating systems. We witnessed the unveiling of the new iPhones with the iPhone 6 Plus sporting the biggest screen ever of any Apple phones. With a 5.5” screen it defied Steve Jobs’ rule of being able to use a phone with just one hand. Apple broke another rule by introducing an entry-level Mac at a fantastic low price. From Google there came Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, both an excellent new phone and tablet, respectively. And, of course, there were the smartwatches from both the giants. If this were not all, we also saw the arrival of iOS 8, Yosemite and Lollipop, and with these we got better performance, Continuity, and Material Design. But next year will be the year of the Apps! Read More

Happy Holidays From TheAppleGoogle Team

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It’s been an incredible year at TheAppleGoogle and none of it would have been possible without you. Since 2009, TheAppleGoogle has been delivering world-class content that affect people’s lives. We’ve had many ups and downs, but at the moment – we have the most solid team in place and we work tirelessly to deliver the most unique & valuable content every single day.

Moving forward to 2015, we have major changes planned. We are moving away from daily news content and will be focusing solely on quality unique content and App discovery. We’ll be reviewing Apps, featuring developers, writing the very best of content and delivering every single day so you enjoy reading about Apple and Google. In 2014, we changed our design and now look sharper than ever. Our designers and developers and constantly working to make our brand even more powerful and you’ll see the changes in the coming days. As we’ve been doing since the past 6 years, we will be focusing heavily on everything Applish and Googlish. Read More

Top 5 Killer Features of Samsung Galaxy S5 That Will Put iPhone 6 To Shame

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Samsung Galaxy S5 and iPhone 6 are the top favorite smartphones which everyone wants to buy. However, it becomes confusing when you have to make a choice between these two devices. As a huge amount of investment is involved to purchase them, it becomes essential to get the best one. By analyzing and evaluating their various features TheAppleGoogle feels that there are some areas where Samsung Galaxy S5 puts the iPhone to shame. This article talks about the top 5 features of Samsung Galaxy S5 which makes it buyers’ first choice. Read More

Google Translate Adds 10 More Languages, Including Malayalam

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Google Translate has been updated to support 10 more languages: Chichewa, Malagasy, Sesotho, Malayalam, Myanmar, Sinhala, Sudanese, Kazakh, Tajik and Uzbek. With so many Indian regional languages already supported by the translation tool, Malayalam makes a great new addition. Previously, it provided translation services for 80 languages, but the addition of the above mentioned 10 languages has increased the count to 90. The tool also comes with a fresher look, offering functions like, full screen camera and picture translation. And if you don’t want to enter text manually, you can use the ‘Translate by Voice’ function. Read More

Google Launches News And Weather App On App Store

App StoreGoogle has recently launched another great News and Weather App in App Stores around the world. The App not only gives information, like headlines stories, local news, and weather, but it also personalises the view according to user settings. Users can adjust the layout with any of 60 country-specific editions and also select top stories, sports etc. The App claims to pick up data from more than 65,000 publications. Read More

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Competition Between Apple And Google Is More Brutal Than Ever: Eric Schmidt

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To promote their recently published book “How Google Works”, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt and former SVP of products Jonathan Rosenberg did an interview with Bloomberg. The book covers a wide range of topics about Google, like its strategy, corporate culture, talent, innovation, dealing with disruption, and a lot more. During the interview, Schmidt spoke about Apple’s iOS vis-a-vis Google’s Android and the recently launched Apple phones. Read More

Apple CEO Tim Cook Will Attend The WSJDLive

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This October The Wall Street Journal will host a technology conference WSJDLive which will be attended by many top executives, including Apple CEO Tim Cook. WSJDLive will start on 27th October and will continue until 29th October at Montage in Laguna Beach, CA. Former Wall Street employees, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, in the past hosted the ‘D conference’. WSJDLive seems to be a continuation of the D conference, as Mossberg and Swisher left to form a new company recode.net which hosts technology conference called ‘Code Conference’. The last code conference was held in May and was attended by Apple executives besides many other company executives. Read More