Google has today added reviews to Google Places so businesses can keep a track of what customers are saying about them from one single inbox styled box. Business managers can now also respond to user comments.
Dionote, developed by Diotek, is a very dynamic and intriguing app that allows users to create notes not only by typing but also using their handwriting without any problems. Dionote includes two types of modes for creating notes or memos. First is ‘Entry Mode’ and the second is ‘Canvas Mode’. Read More
Google has today announced that it will be providing Wi-Fi at all 7,000 Starbucks locations in the US. Google will be providing a much better Wi-Fi connectivity at Starbucks with speeds upto 10x than the current one and in places where Google Fiber is working, the speed will be 100x. Read More
Sad news folks, our beloved Google Reader is shutting down today. Make sure to export all of your feeds so you can always use a third party client to keep reading the feeds you were subscribed to. Google Takeout is the best way to export all of your data. Just login with your Google account, choose Google Reader and export all your data.
You can also use Feedly and take your data from Reader to Feedly.
Google today pushed out an update for Google Chrome for iOS that takes the App to version 27.0.1453.10. The new version comes with improved voice search functionality, faster page reloading and other security updates and bug fixes. Instead of having to type to search, users can simply do a voice search with their voice. Read More
Android developers are getting a huge boost today. Google at Google I/O today announced the release of Android Studio – an IDE built just for Android developers so they can build and deploy Apps faster. This is nothing completely unique to the platform, but instead a much needed tool as most of the other major players in the market like Apple and Microsoft provide their own set of tools to ease the life of developers. Android Studio is a replacement for Eclipse. Read More
If you are a successful Android developer, chances are that you wouldn’t want to push out an update that is unstable and might cause distress amongst your loyal user fan base. At Google I/O today, Google announced that starting today, Android developers will be able to beta test their Apps before pushing it out to the masses. Within the developer console, there will now be three tabs – “alpha testing”, “beta testing” and “product”. Read More
At Google I/O today, Google launched a new unified messaging App for iOS, Android and Chrome dubbed “Hangouts”. Hangouts is now a standalone application instead of simply being a feature of Google+ and as Google describes it – “conversations which last” and “with people that you love.” Just like any other messaging App, you will find all your friends with whom you can chat, share photos, emoji and voice calls for free. Read More
The much anticipated hi-tech futuristic hardware Google Glass is on its way. The blog Karthik’s Geek Center noted last Saturday that a Google Glass kernel source code is already available for download. According to a note on the download page, the Google Glass Kernel source code will be relocated adjacent to other Google Android kernel source releases from its current location at google code. Read More