The Gmail app for iOS and Android recently received an update, which unlocked some new features. Google has been merging its services over the years and making things more streamlined. Last year, the company launched a redesigned Gmail app for G-Suite (now WorkSpace) users, which offered easy access to Chat, Rooms, and Meet. Now, these features are available for all users.
At the beginning of this month it was rumored that Apple was planning to launch a new HiFi, or lossless audio, option for Apple Music in the near future. And now it looks like the Android version of Apple Music may be confirming just as much.
Sometimes, Google is pretty quick when it comes to offering support for Apple's software (and hardware). And other times it drags its feet. When it comes to widget support, it's a little bit of both.
Not to be outdone by rival Apple which has successfully weaponized privacy, the search monster Google will be adding privacy “nutrition labels” to Google Play's app listing.
Google will soon start enrolling users in its new two-factor authentication (2FA) process, a change that will require that you tap a Google prompt on your device to confirm your identity.
Sometimes, seeing an image preview in the main Twitter timeline can leave a lot to be desired. That's due mostly to the aggressive cropping. But now that's finally getting better.
Whether you'd like YouTube itself to choose the best video quality for your given network conditions or prefer to set the streaming quality manually by yourself, Google gives you choice.
Apple and Google, but mostly Apple, has seen a lot of pressure regarding its digital storefront's rules and regulations, and, ultimately, general business practices. Apple has made some moves to try and alleviate that pressure as of late, but the company still has to face an antitrust hearing to defend itself.
Earlier this month, Samsung launched something called "iTest." It's a way for iPhone owners to try out Samsung's version of Android, right on their device.
The first smart home devices from Apple, Google, Amazon and other companies, based on the new Project CHIP interoperable standard, are scheduled to arrive later this year.
Google Assistant is one of the most helpful digital assistants out there, even if you use it on iPhone. And now it's getting even more helpful for folks who use Apple's smartphones.