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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

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Google Launches Nest Hub Max For $229

Apart from releasing Pixel 3a, Google came up with a list of announcements that included a faster Google Assistant, improvements to Google Duplex and the launch of new Google Home devices. The Google Home smart display devices are now renamed to Google Nest, with the launch of the new Google Nest Hub Max device that will be available for $229. Read More

Google Unveils Pixel 3a Series With Exceptional Camera For Just $399

Google has finally released the cheapest Pixel phone series – Pixel 3a starting at $399. The announcement was made by the company at its annual developer conference Google I/O 2019. The Pixel 3a comes with a 5.6 inch screen which comes for the base price of $399 and the Pixel 3a XL comes with a 6 inch screen and costs around $479. Read More

Google’s New Feature Will Let You Delete Location And App Data Automatically

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Google admitted recently that it stores the data, web activity and location of users in its servers. This is mainly for user personalization purposes and the company said that it does not intend to mess with information and it’s always secure. But if you are still not convinced, Google has introduced a new feature that will help you delete your data automatically. Read More

Google Pixel 3a Leak Shows “Light Purple” Variant

The Google Pixel 3a is the newly expected offering from Google and as we all know, there are no official images yet from the company. But what we know know so far is that the phone will be a lighter version of the expensive Pixel models and come with a cheaper price tag. A new leak by a Twitter user named Evan Bliss shows the Pixel 3a in a very light shade of Purple with the yellow power button. Read More

Google Duo’s Group Video Calling Launches In Indonesia

Google has rolled out the group video calling feature in Google Duo for Indonesian users along with a few other select regions today. We had come to know that this feature is in the works back in January where Google was planning to include a feature where up to 7 people can join the group video call on this video calling App. Read More

Google Fit App Is Now Available On iOS

The Google Fit App which was available for Android users has now come to iOS devices. If you use an iPhone or iPad, you can download the Google Fit App on your device and sync it with Apple Health without any hassles. It will show you all your fitness activities and history in the App and you can continue using the App for daily tracking. Read More

Google Play Store Adds “Budgeting” Feature

Are you someone who cannot keep a track of your expenses on the Play Store? You no longer have to worry as Google has included anew feature that will help you keep your spending under limits. You just have to turn this feature on from the settings of the Play Store App and it will warn you whenever you reach the budget limit that you prefer not to cross by the end of the week or month.. Read More

Simultaneous App Downloads Is Coming To Google Play Store

New reports are claiming that Google is testing simultaneous App downloads on the Google Play Store. This new feature could potentially help the users download and update multiple Apps together without having to wait for each of these Apps to update one after the another. However, it feels as if this feature has come a bit late on Play Store where millions of Android users use the service to download Apps every single day. Read More