Chrome is the most popular browser available on Mac, PC, Android, iPhone, and more. You might use its built-in Google Password Manager to store passwords and login information. To date, you might be using these saved passwords only inside Google Chrome. But you can easily set Chrome as the iPhone Password Manager on a system level and then autofill these passwords inside Safari, apps, and elsewhere. It'll work almost like iCloud Keychain.
Here's how to add Google Chrome as a password manager on iPhone to effortlessly autofill login details saved in it.
Apple seems to have plotted a legitimate yet cunning scheme designed to capture millions of dollars in revenue from high-profile subscription apps like Tinder and HBO. It involves buying Google ads which take customers to an app's page on the App Store, potentially preventing people from realizing they could also subscribe on the web.
Google's Gmail widget now displays actual emails and senders on your home screen. It's much better than the previous version, but actual functionality remains limited due to Apple's rules guiding widget development on iOS and iPadOS platforms.
We are almost through the first week of November 2021, and it looks like Apple is doing everything it can to drag its feet when it comes to a brand new requirement regarding third-party billing options in the Play Store. This new law was passed by the government in South Korea, and Google was swept up in the action as well. The difference is, Google's set forth a plan to make those changes. Apple? Not so much.
When you block someone on Gmail, all future emails from them go straight to the spam section. You do not get notifications for these emails, nor do they increase the unread count. Over a period, you may have blocked email accounts of several businesses, people, subscriptions, and such. But do you want to unblock them for any reason?
If yes, we show you easy ways to unblock blocked emails in Gmail using your computer or smartphone. You can choose to unblock just the one email, a selected few, or even all the blocked emails at once. Here's how.
When you upgrade to a new iPhone, it can be a big hassle to go to the security section of each service and configure two-factor authentication again. Thankfully, Google Authenticator lets you move your accounts from your old iPhone to the new one effortlessly. This ensures all or just the selected 2FA codes for the services you have added like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, and more are transferred from one device to another.
So, if you just got the new iPhone 13 or any other model, check out how to export your two-factor authentication codes inside the Google Authenticator app from your old iPhone and import them to the new one.
The landscape for digital storefronts is changing quite a bit. That is thanks, at least in part, to a lot of outside voices demanding those changes. Apple, for its part, remains reluctant to make any sweeping changes that don't ultimately benefit the company. But, it has made some changes, and there appear to be even more in the works. Meanwhile, Google has had to make some changes to its Play Store, too, and today marks the arrival of yet another.
Google has been releasing phones for many years now. And while the company has picked up plenty of love and attention from customers, the company's efforts have not reached Apple-level sales. Some have said it's because Google's attempts haven't reached the same heights as iPhones of the past. But if the argument wasn't going high-end enough, Google appears ready to take on that claim with the Pixel 6 lineup.
Technically speaking, after plenty of attention and pressure put on Apple, the company does allow for cloud-based streaming services to be used on its devices. However, it's not via the App Store, and it's not with an app via the App Store. Instead, services like Microsoft's Xbox Cloud Gaming, Google's Stadia, and Amazon's Luna are accessible via Safari. But it sounds like Apple's considered something else for its own service.
Earlier this year, the South Korean government enacted the Telecommunications Business Act. With it, the legislative body ruled that companies designated as having market dominance must allow for alternative payment options beyond first-party ones. Unsurprisingly, despite Google being a primary focus for the new law, Apple has picked up the majority of attention due to its own rules for the App Store.
While the HomePod mini appears to be doing all right, all things considered, Apple is still missing a huge chunk of the smart speaker market. Meanwhile, Google and Amazon have capitalized. But it looks like Apple's not quite ready to go quietly into that good night (yet).