Android has grown to become a massive platform. It has 2 billion monthly active users and that number will only continue to grow. Today, Google announced two big updates to their upcoming version of the wildly popular operating system: Android O.
At the Google I/O 2017, Google announced a whole bunch of new updates for their favourite AI, the Google Assistant. But they also announced something that many probably didn’t expect: The Google Assistant can now help you from your iPhone.
Oh boy, I wonder how Siri feels about this.
Today, at the Google I/O 2017 developer conference, Google announced a brand new feature for Gmail on iOS and Android. It’s called Smart Reply and it’s exactly what its name suggests. Read the rest of this entry »
Google has now included a new section to its Play Store for Android versions. We have seen paid games and apps go on sale temporarily which has resulted in many great deals. But that means you still have to pay for it. This new section will feature paid apps that have become free.
Hmm. Downgrading Android versions — especially via an over-the-air (OTA) update — isn’t something you see every day. However, this time, Nexus 6 users on Android 7.1.1 Nougat are beginning to receive OTA software updates from Google which would downgrade the smartphone to Android 7.0 Nougat.
And that’s not even the worst part.
In an effort to make communication among team members effortless, Google has decided to split Hangouts into two separate apps, enabling teams to connect via video or text.
Nexus 5X users rejoice! In Google‘s latest maintenance update for those on the Android Nougat beta program, the search engine giant bundled a new feature and it’s got something to do with your fingerprint scanner.
Have you ever wanted to Google something only to find out that you don’t have an internet connection? Then, in a huff, you keep your phone back in your pocket and forget all about what you wanted to Google in the first place.
Well, if that’s ever happened to you, the good news is that it’s not going to happen again because Google’s Search will now work offline.
Last year Google introduced ride-sharing services into their Maps application as a form of transportation type alongside the car, public transport and walking. This year, the software giant is taking that implementation one step further.