Gmail for mobile has been getting a lot of attention lately. Today, Google has made Gmail for mobile available in 44 different languages. The feature works on iPhones running iOS 2.2.1 and above, and all versions of Android.
Android System Info is the ultimate managing App that gives you utmost detail about your Android device including the battery life, system memory usage, total device uptime, and even the RAM usage. You can even dig deep into the system and get build info, battery type, your SIM card type, number and loads more.
Google has announced that their recently launched Google Instant service has gone global. Users from 40 countries worldwide can now see results as they type in the query in over 28 different languages. The feature works only on Android 2.2+ and iOS 4.0+, so if you have any of them, go to Google.com from the browser and click on the link below to try Google Instant.
YouTube has once again increased the upload time limit for some users. The most popular video sharing website announced back in July that it had increased the upload time limit for all users from 10 minutes to 15 minutes.
After months of development, the Chrome Web Store – a complete browser based store that offers web apps is now available. Apps from different categories would be present in the store and would work in Chrome as well as Chrome OS.
Today at San Francisco, the Wall Street Journal held the D:Dive into Mobile conference that focused on all recent developments being made in the mobile space. Andy Rubin, the father of Android and Google executive was present at the conference.
After a complete Google driven day, a new update for the Motorola Droid has been pushed out. If you see an update message appear on your screen, don’t get hyper, it is not Gingerbread. It is just a minor update.