Today, Google has unveiled its latest flagship smartphones called Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL in response to Apple’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max respectively. As far as the looks of the new devices are concerned, both phones are modest upgrades over their predecessors. However, internally, both devices have seen some major changes.
Apple introduced its latest iPhone X back in September with a brand new design philosophy. The smartphone featured a notch display that caused plenty of conversation. The feature is still making headlines, but this time due to Google – the Android developers.
Google has unveiled its much anticipated first attempt of developing its own hardware and software combination in the shape of Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. With these latest Android-based smartphones, Apple is taking an Apple-like approach to its smartphone lineup. Unlike the Nexus line of devices, Google won’t be outsourcing hardware research and development to […]
A big update to Google Chrome for iOS is now available in the app store. Google has updated its Chrome browser app for iOS with useful navigation gestures and has also added Physical Web compatibility which lets you see and interact with real life smart devices around you.
Google is reportedly planning to launch Google Pay at its upcoming Google I/O conference in May 2015. According to ArsTechnica, citing the sources close to the matter, Google will announce a new payment API called Google Pay during its Google I/O conference. The rumor comes out following Google’s acquisition of Softcard (formerly known as Isis) […]
Google has pushed a major update to its Maps app for iOS – Google Maps 3.0, with numerous new features including offline maps support, turn-by-turn lane guidance, advanced search filters, Uber integration, pins and much more.
Google has launched two productivity apps for iPhone and iPad: Google Docs and Google Sheets. Both apps are available for iOS devices as a standalone free to download applications, available in the app store. The apps provides the front-end interface for the Google’s web based word processor and spreadsheet editor services. First Apple made its […]
Google has rolled out an update to its Google+ app for iPhone and iPad. This latest Google+ update for iOS app, not only adds new tweaks, update notifications design, and bug fixes/performance improvements, it also brings a new iOS 7 perk: the ability to automatically upload your photos and videos from the Camera roll in […]
Google has unleashed its flagship Nexus 5 smartphone and it’s already having a noticeable impact onto the scene. Google Nexus 5 also offers top of the line specs at affordable price without any contract. With Nexus 5, Google is all set to compete with Apple’s latest iPhone 5S and if you’ve no platform allegiance, choosing […]
It was obvious that Google’s acquisition of Waze was about making Maps better. The acquisition has finally started bearing first fruit as Google Maps app for iOS gets real time incident reporting feature in the latest update…
Yesterday, Google released Google Maps 2.0 for iPhone and iPad which includes new features and improvements such as indoor maps, enhanced navigation and iPad support. However, one core feature found in earlier version, i.e. Offline Maps has gone missing in this latest Google Maps update. Reality is that the feature is still there, but there’s is […]
Google Maps 2.0 is now available for download on iPhone and iPad via app store. Google has rolled out version 2.0 of its popular Google Maps for iOS that includes support for larger touch screen found on iPad mini and the iPad, indoor maps and enhanced navigation…
Google, during the Google I/O 2013 keynote, announced a unified platform for its communication services. Before this, the Google’s communication services spread across Gmail, Google+ and Google talk. But from now on, all these communication services will be available as a unified “Hangouts” app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.