Google continues to use its magic to improve the Google Photos application. After announcing AI upgrades for the popular cloud service during Google I/O 2018, the search giant has begun rolling out an unannounced ‘Favorites’ feature to be available cross-platform. I have to hand it to Google for this one, because this new feature is super convenient.
At Google I/O 2018, Google announced a lot of app updates and revamped Google News in its entirety. The company stated during its opening keynote that the service would be available in 127 countries by the end of this week, and it has delivered on that wild promise. This must have been planned for some time considering all the languages and differences around the world. As a refresher, the app replaces the older Google News application and is available on web, [Read More]
Google I/O 2018 was held last week and shortly afterwards, the search giant released a second developer preview for Wear OS. The first preview of Android P for the wearable platform was outed for developers and manufacturers on April 1, and a whole list of smartwatches that received the Wear OS name following the transition from Android Wear were confirmed to get the update once made available publicly. We don’t know when that will happen, but a more stable preview build [Read More]
Despite the end of Google I/O 2018, the search giant continues to make sizable announcements including Wear OS upgrades, an update for Pixel Buds, a YouTube TV upgrade, and now a new cloud storage service in Google One.
Google’s Pixel Buds have been in need of some improvements. The pair released last year and has received little treatment despite unanimous unfavorable reviews. Google is somewhat aware and now rolling out some upgrades that will add to the audio experience. Here’s what to expect.
On the heels of Google I/O 2018, word has come in regarding the possibility of a Pixel smartwatch by Google. Google is not ready to give up on its Wear OS platform, formerly Android Wear, and a smartwatch of their own might shine some light on it.
Another May, another Google I/O now in the books. It has been one helluva Google-packed week in Mountain View at the company’s HQ for all of us working behind the scenes at Droid Turf given the amount of important coverage rolling off at Google I/O 2018. Now that the event has concluded, it’s time to reflect on what we learned this week, what’s coming in the next year and some things we wish Google had spent a little more time addressing during this year’s three-day [Read More]
Google wrapped up its developer conference for 2018 in Mountain, California, but the news will surely continue now that software has been announced and some is becoming available. During Google I/O 2018, the search giant and AI-focused tech conglomerate introduced a bunch of significant upgrades coming to Google Maps. A lot of things were brought to our attention during the keynote and throughout the three-day show, and we want to sum up everything important in one post that makes sense of [Read More]