Samsung’s much-anticipated flagships, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, have started making their way to customers in the United States and Korea, with a wider rollout across the world scheduled for this month. If you have already gotten your hands on the S8 or are planning on getting one and are looking for some quality apps for it that will further help you enjoy the device, its time for you to put an end to your search.
Citing sources familiar with the matter, WSJ says that Google is planning on introducing a native ad blocker for Google Chrome. While this move will potentially affect the company’s ad revenue to a certain degree, it is apparently taking this decision to deliver a better user experience.
Iconic Indian cricketer and legend Sachin Tendulkar has launched 100MB, an app that will act as a one-stop location for all the information related to the cricket legend.
Truecaller today announced that it is adding support for peer-to-peer payments for its Indian users. In addition, the company revealed its new logo and announced a new version of its app that comes integrated with Google Duo and its spam SMS filtering.
Google is sending out email to Google admin users informing them that Hangouts SMS integration will stop working after May 22, 2017. The company will presumably roll out an update on the day that will disable the SMS integration functionality on the app.
Google Photos Can Now Backup ‘Preview’ Quality Photos on 2G Connection; Duo Gains Audio Calling Functionality
Google has announced new updates to Allo, Duo, and Google Photos to better cater to users who have access to slow and spotty data network.
Google Now on Android has long been able to automatically remember where you parked, but the feature was unreliable since it made use of the various sensors and the activity recognition system of the OS to detect when you have stopped moving. Now, Google is updating its Maps app to add the option to quickly save a parking spot. To save a parking spot, simply tap on the blue dot icon and select the “save your parking” option.
Nintendo today confirmed that it will be releasing Super Mario Run for Android on the Google Play Store on March 23. The game first made its debut on iOS in December last year amidst heavy marketing push from Apple.
Google is now allowing Android users to sign up for beta testing future upcoming releases of Google Play Services and Gboard. Once you sign up for the beta program for the respective apps on the Google Play Store through the links mentioned below, you will automatically receive updates that might be potentially unstable but will be packing new features.