In an effort to display more useful info for those who may not always use Google Now, Google is rolling out a new feature for its Google Now Launcher that shows an info card underneath the search bar on the homescreen.
Not everyone is getting this feature so far, but some people who have the ... Read More »
We all know and love Google Now on Tap, but in its current form, it’s still in need of some improvement and refinement. Fortunately, a new feature is in the works that makes Now on Tap far more useful. Some users are now seeing a tap-to-select text feature as part of Now on Tap that ... Read More »
Google unveiled a ton of cool new products and features today at Google I/O, many of them powered by some seriously impressive artificial intelligence going by the name of Google Assistant. Or is it a Google assistant? Err, the Google assistant? Which kinda just seems like Google Now? And while we’re asking questions ... Read More »
We are all aware that Google knows too much about us. But Google Now has been more of a helpful assistant, good at responding to commands and not much more. However, it seems Google Now has a bit of a human side to it, although it’s a mix of endearing and a bit creepy.
Google is a company that’s constantly working to make things easier, simpler and more intuitive for its customers. Today, Google is taking the wraps off of its latest creation, Destinations on Google. Destinations is a new feature of Google Search that aims to simplify trip planning, allowing you to take advantage of a simple, straightforward ... Read More »
Bubble level apps aren’t new to Android. They have been around since Android made its debut, but when was the last time you actually used or had one installed on your phone? Since Google Search is installed on nearly all Android devices, Google thought it would be a good idea to incorporate a bubble ... Read More »
Microsoft’s Cortana finally made its official debut on Android a few weeks ago, but Microsoft has just released an update to the app which disables its “Hey, Cortana” voice activation feature. The feature was pulled after Microsoft (and thousands of Cartana users) discovered that it was causing conflicts with Android’s voice recognition system and ... Read More »