For the second time in a few months, Google is pushing an app update out to Gmail that brings new features. Gmail is arguably the best choice for managing email on the go, and with new features constantly being added to improve the user experience, it’s widening its lead over competing email clients.
At Google I/O 2018 in May, Google introduced the Android Beta program with Android P Developer Preview 2. Developers, manufacturers and enthusiasts have been actively testing the software ever since to eliminate bugs and issues. This week, Google released a platform upgrade of the next mobile OS overhaul in Android P Developer Preview 3 and the first update to the beta. Here’s everything to know.
The last time we reported on Google Lens, Google had begun rolling out features to random users. Most of these were announced last month at the company’s developer conference. The latest update does not entail any feature roll out, but is good news and a sign of progress.
Recently, Project Fi gained a whole bunch of new smartphones. This bunch is available for pre-order and will be available later this month. If you’re interested in signing up for Google’s MVNO, the family plan is a great option to know about and the future looks bright. In today’s news, the plan adds the ability for you to include children under 13 on the plan.
Google is adding a bunch of Android smartphones to its MVNO, Project Fi. The new phones will be compatible with the network and you’ll pay for text, call and data from Google through the Project Fi service via a mobile application.
At I/O 2018, Google demonstrated new functions that would soon come to Google Lens. Not all devices would receive the updates, and not all updates were said to roll out right away, but the first batch just reached my phone and many other handhelds as well.
Early this week, we informed you about the timing of Google’s YouTube Music service and everything we know about it. The update that will be “major,” began its roll out yesterday and updates the current YouTube Music application.
Google did not announce the rumored YouTube Remix service at Google I/O 2018. However, since the event, the search giant has introduced more tech as if it wanted to spread things out over the month of May. In perhaps the biggest announcement by Google since the conference, we learned about YouTube Music and YouTube Premium. Here’s everything we know thus far.