Google Home’s Assistant Now Supports Easy Cast/Control Features

Google Home is slowly becoming popular among the masses. While people are happy with the device and it’s features, the Home device was still lacking the support for Chromecast controls. Users were not able to play movies and tv via the device, which is now possible. Thanks to this update, now users can use voice commands for video playback and accessing other content. Read More

Google Tasks App Is Now Available For Download

Google wants to give it users the best available resources for office productivity. Now, they have come with the stand-alone Google Tasks App which will integrate with Gmail and Calendar Apps. So if you are using Gmail and have some important mails to keep track of, just simply drag it over to the Tasks section in the web App to make a new To-Do item. Read More

Google Translate Now Supports Seven Indian Languages

Google Translate has helped many to overcome the language barrier, especially while travelling. The good news is now it has added offline and camera translation for seven Indian languages which are Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. So the travellers making a trip across the Indian cities can stay worry free and translate with ease. Read More

Google Home and Home Mini To Finally Launch in India

Google is all set to launch the Home speakers in India this coming Tuesday. Flipkart will be selling these devices and they have listed them on their portal conforming the dates and also revealing the features.

On Flipkart, they have put up the tagline ‘Intelligence meets comfort’ and the hashtag #MakeGoogleDoIt. Google had unveiled the speakers in 2016 with an aim to keep the home
members connected. The Home mini speakers is affordable and compact and was launched last October. The speakers shall make the Google Assistant service available to more people in the house and will help answer a lot of queries and other questions suitable to the Indian market. Read More