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google assistant

Google Assistant’s redesigned “Today” view has started rolling out

Google Assistant is the digital assistant that most people use on Android. It was released during Google I/O 2016, alongside some smart devices that can take advantage of it. So far, the Assistant has proven to be a worthy successor of Google Now. Despite the obvious superiority, there are some things that it can learn […]

<p>The original Google Assistant was a Google Pixel-exclusive for many months from its launch in October 2016, until Google rolled it out for hundreds of millions of Android phones in 2017. Similarly, the new Google Assistant, which launched in October 2019 alongside the Google Pixel 4, remains a Pixel 4-only exclusive. It comes with new</p>
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The new Google Assistant is starting to show up for G Suite users on the Pixel 4

The original Google Assistant was a Google Pixel-exclusive for many months from its launch in October 2016, until Google rolled it out for hundreds of millions of Android phones in 2017. Similarly, the new Google Assistant, which launched in October 2019 alongside the Google Pixel 4, remains a Pixel 4-only exclusive. It comes with new […]

<p>Gboard is one of the most popular keyboards on Android, thanks to its predictive text suggestions and swipe-typing capabilities, as well as feature integration with other Google services. The app has steadily gained features over the months and years, with some noteworthy additions being Emoji Kitchen, direct copy-pasting images into social media apps, GIF suggestion</p>
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New Gboard beta improves start-up speed, reduces keyboard latency, and more

Gboard is one of the most popular keyboards on Android, thanks to its predictive text suggestions and swipe-typing capabilities, as well as feature integration with other Google services. The app has steadily gained features over the months and years, with some noteworthy additions being Emoji Kitchen, direct copy-pasting images into social media apps, GIF suggestion […]

<p>The Google Play Store hosts a significantly larger number of apps than its iOS counterpart. This is partly due to the fact that Apple’s app submission process is arguably more rigorous than what Google has in place. Because of Google’s lax policies, the Play Store is chock full of sub-par apps. In a bid to</p>
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Google bans nearly 600 apps from the Play Store for disruptive ads, including many from Cheetah Mobile

The Google Play Store hosts a significantly larger number of apps than its iOS counterpart. This is partly due to the fact that Apple’s app submission process is arguably more rigorous than what Google has in place. Because of Google’s lax policies, the Play Store is chock full of sub-par apps. In a bid to […]

Android 11 Controls Providers

[Updated] Google may turn Android 11’s Power Menu into a Control Center for home automation shortcuts

When Google released Android 11 Developer Preview 1 yesterday, we found mostly surface-level changes in our initial hands-on. It seems that Google will once again leave the bulk of the user interface changes and new features for a public beta after an announcement at Google I/O 2020. However, we discovered several in-development user interface tweaks […]

<p>Google released the first Android 11 Developer Preview yesterday, and I’ve spent a few hours going through the update on my Pixel 2 XL to search for any changes I can find. We’ve already found a lot, but as always, there’s more hidden in the code that’s just waiting to be uncovered. While looking through</p>
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Google is testing new double tap gestures on the rear of Pixel phones to launch Camera, Assistant, and more on Android 11

Google released the first Android 11 Developer Preview yesterday, and I’ve spent a few hours going through the update on my Pixel 2 XL to search for any changes I can find. We’ve already found a lot, but as always, there’s more hidden in the code that’s just waiting to be uncovered. While looking through […]

<p>It’s been close to two years since Google announced its revamped YouTube Music service. Immediately after that announcement, Google confirmed YouTube Music would get the ability to upload music to your collection. We’ve been waiting a long time for this feature, and according to a new support document, it may finally be coming soon. Last</p>
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[Update: Rolling Out] Google support page hints at YouTube Music song uploading launching soon

It’s been close to two years since Google announced its revamped YouTube Music service. Immediately after that announcement, Google confirmed YouTube Music would get the ability to upload music to your collection. We’ve been waiting a long time for this feature, and according to a new support document, it may finally be coming soon. Last […]

Android 11

Android 11 adds individual left/right sensitivity options for gesture navigation

Android 11 Developer Preview 1 was released a few weeks ahead of schedule compared to Google’s schedules for previous years. Google did this to enable developers to have more time to adapt to the changes. We have detailed the first developer preview’s user-facing changes, its privacy-focused features, as well as new developer features. The download […]