Google’s keyboard, (not so) cleverly called Gboard, has been updated with a new floating keyboard function. It’s a tad complex to access: Hit the G in the upper left corner (or the arrow, depending on how you have it set up), hit the three dots, and press on the floating keyboard ... Read More »
Last month Amazon announced a bunch of new hardware running Alexa. With that announcement also came teasers of new features like Whisper Mode.
This new feature allows you to whisper at your Read More »
One of the big selling points of the Google Pixel Buds is the real-time translation feature powered by Google Translate. Unfortunately, the feature has only been available on the Pixel Buds when paired with a Pixel phone, not to mention the fact that the Pixel ... Read More »
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The Google Pixel line of devices do not support external microphones, despite Google’s focus on the amazing camera on the last two years of device releases. People have been complaining about this as long as the devices have been on the market.
Fortunately, Google decided to finally listen to ... Read More »
Today the feature was updated with support for two new languages: Danish and Norwegian. Google usually takes great care to ... Read More »
Instagram will now show some users recommendations on content it thinks you may enjoy. The key part ... Read More »
Conversation view is an awesome feature in Gmail that groups an email chain of replies into a single conversation, cleaning up your inbox and putting relevant emails into one place. However, not everyone likes conversation view.
You could always turn it off on the web version of Gmail, but ... Read More »
Google already allows you to search for local events in the mobile Google app. It’s a good way to find events near you to attend. However, the company is rolling out major improvements for this feature over the next few days.
You can search for local events and Google will give ... Read More »
Android Auto‘s Google Maps support is fantastic, but until now, you were limited to the basic map view. Of course this is the best view, as it’s easy on the eyes and nicely outlines roads and paths. Using anything else isn’t really all that important.
However, there are absolutely times ... Read More »
If you’re like me, your phone is full of photos. I tend to take too many photos of daily life and interesting events, so finding the best photos in a mess of thousands is very difficult. Google Photos aims to fix that with a feature that’s admittedly been present in ... Read More »