As initially announced over a year ago, Google today shut down the Chrome Apps section of the Chrome Web Store. The store is now only left with Extensions and Themes.
Google introduced a new way to manage files and share content offline with a new app called Files Go, which, at the time, was available only in a beta.
One of the side effects of using free apps in the mobile world are ads. They help support the development of the app and allow the apps to be used by a wider base of people. Some developers, however, implement ads in shady and annoying ways in their apps to garner maximum views and clicks. This includes sub-par apps showing ads on the lock screen even if their functionality has nothing to do with it.
Earlier this year, Google officially unveiled the Google Home Mini and the Google Home Max, two new smart speakers in the Home lineup.
Stringing together a few words to get something done with a smart speaker is pretty easy, but keeping up that conversational track does make it a bit easier.
Google today globally released a new app on the Play Store: Datally. Aimed at users in emerging markets like India and Indonesia, the app helps one keep track of their data usage and save mobile data by offering granular controls over how it is used.
Some smartphone owners don’t want to be tracked, so turning off location services is an easy way to make sure that doesn’t happen. Or it’s meant to, at least.
For some Pixel 2 owners out there in the wild, there is a persistent buzzing sound that can be heard while on a phone call.
Google Maps wants to make it as easy as possible to help you get to where you are going, and one way to do that is to make finding important places and details easier.
Google has shipped a barebones file manager app in Android for quite a few years now. However, the company is now planning on releasing a full featured file manager and a cleanup utility called Files Go. The company had released the app through Play Store’s early access program.