Google is a generous overlord when it comes to cloud storage. Google Drive offers 15GB for free, which is more than its competitors, and it’s used across many of your services. That includes Gmail, Google Drive, Google+ Photos, and more. But what if you need more than 15GB to store all of your important files? ... Read More »
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Feeling a little tight on storage with your HTC One? Worried that once you get your hands on a One Max, you won’t know what to do with gigs upon gigs of Ultrapixel photographs? Fear not. Through a new partnership between Google and HTC, certain HTC handset owners will get access to a healthy bit ... Read More »
Quickoffice is one of the best document editing suites on Android. It allows you to edit, create and browse through documents, spreadsheets and other file types on your Android smartphone or tablet. It also supports Microsoft Office file types. And for a low price, it was absolutely worth it.
Google recently purchased Quickoffice, and the ... Read More »
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With the 8GB Nexus 4 already sold out and the 16GB Nexus 4 down to $250 at a limited supply, there’s no doubt there’s a new Nexus phone on the horizon. Not only that, but we also have a good feeling it’s already passed through the FCC — 5-inch 1080p display and all. So how ... Read More »
Google is continuing its recent streak of updating core apps and services on Android today, rolling out updates to Chrome, Google Drive and Google Play Magazines.
Following major updates to Talk (Hangouts), Google Play Music and Google Plus over the last week, a new batch of Android apps, including Chrome, Google Drive and Play Magazines, ... Read More »
There are no shortage of cloud storage companies vying for your attention, but few manage to really stick out. Google made headlines just the other day when it announced that storage for Gmail, Drive and Google+ would be combined, giving Google users 15GB of free online storage space. Copy, a multi-platform storage company backed by ... Read More »
Roughly 24 hours after Google Keep made a short appearance on the web, it appears the service has actually gone live. From the looks of it, Google Keep is being positioned as a simple note taking service which allows you to “stay on top of your world by quickly accessing and organizing the information you want” by ... Read More »
Welcome back to the return of our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most upgraded apps for the week. I’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to look at what people are actually updating, and not focus on which apps have the most ... Read More »
Quickoffice is one of my favorite productivity-oriented Android apps on the market. I regularly turn to the tablet-version of the Quickoffice application to get key tasks done where Google Drive (formerly, Docs) simply doesn’t cut it. Google has announced via the Google Blog today that they have officially acquired Quickoffice, and will be integrating Quickoffice technology into future ... Read More »
Last week we shared an app called Phonedeck that let users manage their phone from their desktop computer. The app was well received and made it into our popular list, but several readers pointed out some bugs and suggested there were better alternatives.
If you like the concept of controlling your phone ... Read More »