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.
Google received the bad news many of us saw coming from thousands of miles away. The search giant has been charged by the European Union Commission once again, but for a record high $5 billion fine.
Tuesday was World Emoji Day. It was a day to remember the coming of the emoji faces and symbols we’ve become so accustomed to over the years throughout various communications apps. How the holiday came about, we don’t know, but companies including Google actually celebrated the emoji holiday.
It’s not often that we hear about Google’s Play Games service, and that’s why the search giant is looking to give the app on Android a revamp. Google wants to make the app more useful for Android device owners and might soon implement a news feed to try to do so. If this update rolls out, it should be pretty big, but right now it appears to be in the testing phase.
Google Pay started rolling out for web back in May. The service is receiving its first update as of this week, unlike the mobile app available on Android that is always getting better. The update consists of some redesign with new material design as seen in other Google apps and services. Everything is more rounded, which shouldn’t be surprising, and the experience is more consumer-friendly.
The smaller of the two OG Google Pixel smartphones is still less than two years old, but it has the latest version of Android and has withstood the test of time. One Google Pixel with max storage (128GB) is on sale while supply lasts. The deal is available exclusively over at B&H and cannot be had anywhere else for the same price tag.
Last month Google introduced the first Android Beta update with Android P Developer Preview 3. Developers, manufacturers and enthusiasts with compatible devices have been testing the software with hope that bugs and issues get patched. Earlier this week, Google released its next platform upgrade of the mobile OS overhaul with Android P Developer Preview 4 and the second update to the beta program. Here’s everything to know and all the information you need to get started.
Google found itself in hot water with complaints from the public over privacy concerns about Gmail, the company’s popular email client. The search giant has responded on its blog as things were getting out of hand.