Google Play Store’s New Design Has Started Rolling Out On Android And Chrome OS

Google has completely redesigned the Play Store from ground up and has made it more easier to search for Apps and navigate the Store. The overall design is much cleaner now compared to the previous version. The new design was previously available only to select users and now with the official release, it will serve two billion people using the Play Store worldwide. Read More

YouTube Rolls Out ‘In This Video’ Feature

Google is adding a new timestamp kind of feature – ‘In This Video’, which will be shown to users searching for YouTube videos on their Android phones. This will basically help the user skip to any part of the video quickly without having to manually search for a specific thing. However, this feature will only be applicable to a select number of content including ‘How-To’ videos. Read More

Google Account Sign-In On iPhone And iPad Is Now Easier

At the WWDC event concluded recently, Apple also made an announcement about the security and passwords on iOS devices which is equally important to all the new devices and features that were launched. So, if you use an iPhone or iPad and want to quickly sign-in into your Google account without a password, it is now possible and much faster than you can imagine. Read More

Google Is Developing A Game Controller For Its Game Streaming Service

A new patent has revealed the details of Google’s game controller for its upcoming game streaming service. Google plans to include this service in the Chrome browsers and users can play and stream games by opening the browser on the desktop. The patent illustrating the hardware for the controller shows to have notification systems for new game requests and also seems to have a dedicated button for Google Assistant. Read More

Leaked Google “Coral” Device Could Possibly Come With Android Q

New benchmark tests published on Geekbench shows to have come up from a new device by Google named “Coral”. There is no mention of the device yet in the open market and it seems like the company has already testing the successor to the Pixel 3 devices with Android Q. Yes, you heard it right and you must also be surprised as the next version of Android is still not here and is due to be launched in May. Read More

New AirPods Rivals Are Expected To Come From Google And Amazon

A recent report by an analyst confirms that Google and Amazon are working on their own versions of the wireless earphones similar to Apple’s AirPods. This could be a warning sign for Apple for things to come and they definitely need to jump up the desirability of AirPods before the competing wireless earphones are launched. The AirPods surely look classy and elegant and to outdo them, the rival companies will have to come with something even better. Read More

Google Photos Site Gets A New Look

Google has been gradually adding the new Material Design themes to most of its App and now it has started adding it on its websites as well. Google Photos App already had the new and refreshed material UI and it was high time that the company update the older Photos website. The new design will reflect across all parts of the website, with the same aesthetics and icons of the Photos App. Read More

New Update For Google’s Wear OS Promises Longer Battery Life

Google is busy improving the Wear OS for it’s Android smartwatches and the company is planning to roll out a major update soon. Sources claim that the new update will bring several changes including the battery saver mode. The upcoming changes can be spotted in the Google support blog, which list all the new features in detail. Read More

Google Is Introducing New Changes In Its Travel Planner App

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Google is making a few tweaks and adjustments to Trips, the travel planner app. This will go along with many other updates for Google Search, taking the company’s 20th Anniversary into account. The redefined interface and new features will help user to keep track of their travel plans effectively and always stay updated on the travel destinations. Read More

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Indian Users Can Soon Avail Google One Cloud Storage, Confirms Google

Google One was introduced in August by Google and was made available to the users in the US. The new platform will work as an extra cloud storage in addition to the Google Drive storage. Now, the company has announced that it will be making this storage facility available to all Indian users and will offer storage of upto 30TB if the reports are to be believed. Read More