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Google Stadia Will Begin From November For A Monthly Price Of $10

Google’s very own game streaming platform Google Stadia was announced back in March and it really looked like it would completely change the gaming scenario around the globe. A new leak has emerged online now which says that Google Stadia will be out in November costing around $10 per month. Gamers will have access to over 31 exclusive games with this subscription which can be played online instantly with a game controller. Read More

Google Docs Works Better On Safari Compared To Native App On iPadOS

Apple launched iPad OS for the first time at the WWDC event conducted on June 4th. However, it left many people wondering why the company would want the iPad to have its own OS in the first place. According to a report on The Verge, they got their hands on an iPad running the new iPadOS and found out that Google Docs runs perfectly on Safari in comparison its native App on iPad. Read More

Google Maps Now Allows Users To Check Popular Menus

Google Maps is slowly evolving into a very handy app for users who don’t want to switch between Apps while navigating. Gone are the days when all you could do is navigate and search for routes to your destination on Maps. The company has now introduced a new feature where it shows all the popular dishes from restaurants directly on Maps. Read More

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Google Messages Hits 500 Installs On Play Store

Google’s very own Messages App has now crossed 500 million downloads on Play Store. This messaging App comes per-installed in several smartphones and is also a popular choice for users who are bored with their default messaging App. The Messages App had been revamped by the company last year when it introduced several new features that has probably attracted more users to download since then. Read More

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

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