We all know that Google has too many messaging services. Rather than consolidating the various messaging services, each with its own benefits and pitfalls, the company has decided to introduce another one.
Google Drive has been updated to make it easier to use in a few big ways, and these are changes that have been needed for quite a while. Thankfully, they’re rolling out to everyone now, including to the mobile apps for Android and iOS.
One of the big updates to the service is additional notifications. ... Read More »
Dropbox is a great platform for preserving photos, with automatic photo uploads and a great desktop client that downloads all the photos automatically. But with the default app, finding the photo you’re looking for is very difficult. A long list with tiny thumbnails isn’t all that useful, so Dropbox has taken it upon itself to ... Read More »
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Google+ for Android has received a feature update today that finally allows users to re-share posts they find interesting with others. This had been the biggest gripe to date with the Google+ Android application, and my stream is filled with literally hundreds of users rejoicing over the news.
Don’t care about the ability to re-share? ... Read More »
Google is on a roll. It seems like every day the company redesigns at least one of its products. It all started with Google+ and an evolved design and experience for all Google products. Google Search for Mobile was the first to get a new look, then Google Calendar, Read More »
My first official Android App Smackdown as an Android and Me staffer will be pitting two cloud file sharing apps – Dropbox and Zumodrive – against each other to see which is worthy of being called THE file sharing app for Android. We will focus on the initial setup on your PC, and how well ... Read More »