Google Drive’s new Android app comes with awesome new functionality. It allows you to scan documents to your Google Drive as a PDF and includes Optical Character Recognition.
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Google Chrome is set to automatically update when you restart it. But if you leave it open for days, you miss out on groovy new features. Here’s how to manually update it.
Google’s Talk app for Android was replaced with Google+ Hangouts. While a great way to keep in touch with friends, too many notifications is annoying at times. Here’s how to snooze them.
If you don’t like the new layout of Google+ since it was changed, it’s easy to change back to. Here’s how to change it back to single view layout.
The Android SDK is getting a heavy face lift. Upon release of the new version, development for the Android platform will be easier than ever.
Google recently added a Remote Desktop app for Google hangouts. It allows you to provide remote computer support to other users. Here’s how to do it.
When you download apps for Android from the Google Play Store, you’ve probably seen some aren’t compatible with your device. Here’s how to find out why.
If you use a lot of fonts in your work, Google now provides an easy way to download and sync over 1,000 of them. Google says installing them locally will speed up your browsing too.
Google Now technology was only something users of Android 4.1 or later were able to enjoy. It’s available for the iPhone and iPad via the Google Search app.
Labels in Gmail can be extremely useful for organizing messages, but Google didn’t add any export or migration options for them. You can do it yourself with Thunderbird.
Google Inactive Account Manager is a service to help you decide what happens to data stored in your Google Account after you pass away. Here’s a look at setting it up.
Recent versions of Google Maps on Android won’t function properly with the built-in GPS unless location access is allowed specifically for Google. Here’s where to enable it.
The new service from the search giant, Google Keep is available from the Google Play Store for devices running Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and higher,
Normally when I’m having issues on a Google site, I check my connection, reboot, etc.. This time however it wasn’t me – it was Google!