Google’s New Augmented Reality Glasses Promises To Be More Helpful

Google’s plan with the Google glasses back in 2013 did not end very well as this device was eventually scrapped in a few years. Maybe the consumers didn’t like it or maybe it was too early for an AR glass in the market. Now, the company is now back again with a new version of AR glasses which is priced around $999. However, the device will not be available directly to the consumers since the company will be marketing it only to the corporate users. Read More

Google’s New AI Tech Will Translate Speech To Speech

Google is working on an experimental project named “Translatotron” where the speech input by the user in one language can be translated to the same user’s speech in another language. It surely sounds very fascinating and maybe even a bit scary, but it could potentially save the hassle of converting to text first and then speech for millions of users around the world. Read More

You Can Now Buy Pixel Phones On Amazon

It seems like Google is building better partnerships with Amazon and you can now see Pixel phone line up being sold on this popular E-commerce platform. Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL can be purchased now on Amazon.com for $399 and $479. Also, these phones are not being sold by any third-party sellers but by the company itself which nobody would have ever expected. Read More

Google Is Building Rewards Platform On Google Pay For App Developers

Good news for App developers as Google will be launching a new platform on Google Pay where they can use this new tool to increase the user engagement on Apps. This new initiative is named as “Project Cruiser” and according to the company, it has been under development since a year and is a part of Google’s Next Billion Users team. Read More

Google Duo’s Group Video Calling Now Available In India, US And Canada

Google Duo is becoming very popular across the globe and the company is extending the group video call feature on the App to a lot of countries. After the recent one being Indonesia, the feature will now be available in India, US and Canada. With the feature, user will be able to make individual group video call or add up to 4 people in a group video call. They will be able to create or edit any group for the video calls as they wish. Read More

Google Podcasts Can Now Be Directly Played From Google Search

Google is now extending its Podcasts services from Android to the web on iOS and desktop. This does not include a separate App for these platforms but the users can listen to any desired podcast directly from the Google Search. They just have to search for a podcast via Google search on the web and they will see a list of all the episodes that can be heard instantly. Read More

Google’s Music Apps Cross 15 Million Subscribers

Google’s music Apps Youtube Music and Google Play Music may not as popular as Apple Music or Spotify, but it has managed to hit 15 million subscribers combined for both music streaming services. As per statistics, the paid subscribers on YouTube Music grew by over 60 percent since March 2018. This is a big leap for Google considering the competition in the music streaming industry. Read More

Google Play Store Starts Accepting Payments For Apps In Cash

Online payments could be the best form of payments out there on Google Play Store. But for people in developing countries who don’t have access to credit cards, it could be an issue if they want to enjoy the paid services on the Play Store without any barriers. So, Google has announced that it has added a new payment option called “Pending Transactions” which will help these people to pay for Apps with cash at local convenience stores. Read More