Google is yet again testing a new feature that it intends to introduce to its search engine. The ‘sources’ information pane will provide details about the thing that you are searching for, as you can see from the picture that is located on this page, it is integrated with the search that you would be making on Google, so you will not have to think about it if you don’t want to use it. Read More
We have been wondering about this a lot too, but “FightThePowersThatBe” just shared the idea out loud on Reddit. Starting from iOS 4, Apple introduced multi-tasking for iOS, and from then on it allowed you to double tap the home button to switch between Apps. As iOS is now able to multi-task, users can also tap and hold the Apps in the bar that comes up to close already running Apps to save battery life.
Google just rolled out some new features that make the search engine faster, better, and easier. Google Images now allows you to search for images by simply uploading images or by dragging and dropping images directly from the web. If you recently visited a vacation spot, and can’t remember its name, you can simply upload an image of that place, and Google will automatically scan the image and deliver the relevant results. Read More
Google is making the two extremely handy Google Labs features, “Don’t forget Bob” and “Got the wrong Bob” available to every Gmail user starting from today. “Don’t forget Bob” suggests contacts that you email frequently, and asks you every time you are entering information in the To field if you want to include that person or not. On the other hand, Got the wrong Bob identifies duplicate contacts and prevent you from sending emails to the wrong contact. Read More
Google is always adding new features to its search engine. A latest new feature allows users to search for the release date of an upcoming movie or video game. If you need to know the release date of a movie or video game, simply type in your query and add the word “release date” in the end. Read More
A new labs feature called Smart Labels has been released today that automatically categorizes your incoming email into groups like “bulk”, “forums”, etc. All mails that are newsletter or informational type are categorized under “Bulk”, while mails containing important information like card statements, tickets etc are automatically categorized under “Notifications”.
Google has introduced a new feature for Google Mobile search that allows you to search for places that are open now at your local location. So before visiting a place, you can now check using your phone if the shop or mall is open or closed.