Google has another new app available in the Play Store. It’s called “Measure – quick, everyday measurements” and is a digital AR (Augmented Reality) tape measure app. We saw a demonstration of the feature at a Google event a ways back, but the feature is now rolling out to more users in the form of its own application.
Our guess is that most of you have a smartphone if you’re reading this. Being smartphone owners ourselves, we’re always interested in knowing when a smartphone gets updated. Wouldn’t it be convenient to have this all in one place? That’s why we created our ‘Droid Updates’ Weekly Series.
Google Assistant keeps on getting better and a new update is in the process of rolling out. Being added is a feature Google demonstrated in May at Google I/O 2018 called ‘Continued Conversation‘. The purpose is to make conversation with your Google Assistant sound and feel more natural.
Is it obvious or not that Samsung is having a hard time selling the Galaxy S9? You tell me. Since the global release of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, Samsung has come out with larger storage variants and a new color. Not only that, but we hear that the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10 announcements are moving up with a possible third flagship by the name Galaxy X coming in March. Samsung has a lot to think about.
The Amazon Prime Exclusive line of smartphones continues to grow with more options. This week, Amazon added two of the newest Motorola devices from Lenovo, adding to the company’s collection available on the program. The brand new Moto Z3 Play and the company’s Moto G6 Play have been added as the latest options and are available for pre-order.
Sales of the Galaxy S9 duo aren’t looking so hot, but Samsung has some ideas in mind. There are new 128GB and 256GB storage variants available already, and from June 24, Samsung will offer a new color variant of each the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in the US. On this day, Sunrise Gold will join Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Coral Blue, and Titanium Gray.
Millions of people around the world log into their Google account daily and check their account dashboard in the process. With privacy becoming a common concern among American consumers following the Facebook scandal, tech giants like Google are making it easier for their users to make adjustments to what can and cannot be seen by others or used for advertising purposes.
PUBG has been out on Android for a number of months now and while players have enjoyed the mobile version of the game, it has lacked one key feature. First-person mode is common in most games like PUBG, but is only now making its way into the mobile game with v0.6.0.