Two weeks ago, Google Pay for web received a revamp with a refreshed design. More recently, the mobile app was treated to a major update with loads of new features that improve the end-user experience in many ways.
Like Google Chrome, YouTube will now have an incognito mode. It will work similarly but for different reasons and is part of a new update rolling out as we speak in many places for many users. The new mode is being added into the YouTube mobile app on Android first, but will reach iOS and other devices soon.
Google Maps is getting an app update in the US, the one many of us have been waiting for. Not only has the app been redesigned at its core, it has gained major new features. These are the Explore Tab and “For You” sections Google first debuted during its keynote in May.
Google has been rolling out a slew of updates for its apps and services ever since Google I/O happened in May. The latest to receive some treatment is the still rather new Files Go application available on Android.
This week, Google is rolling out an app update for Google Earth. The latest version on Android, iOS and Chrome will gain one major feature. “Measuring” has come over to Google Earth. Here’s how it works.
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.
Over the last month, Google has rolled out a number of updates to its mobile applications. We have another one that is rolling out today that brings with improved usability and new features. Datally, Google’s data-saving app, is one of the best available for what it does, and now it’s getting even better with one of its first software updates.