Google Cloud Print has been out for a while, and Google made a new Android app for it in the Play Store this past Wednesday. Here’s a look at how it works.
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The new layout of the Gmail app in Android is much nicer and user friendly. However, the lack of the Delete button (trashcan icon) is annoying for some. Here’s how to get it back.
Google Glass raises a lot of interesting discussion, and everyone has an opinion. But we want to know what you think. Take a moment and let us know your thoughts on the new wearable tech.
When watching YouTube on a slow Internet connection, nothing is more annoying than a buffering video. SmartVideo for YouTube helps fix that, and offers a lot of other cool features.
Google recently started rolling out updates to everyone’s inbox which includes a new tabs feature. This allows you to categorize your messages and keep a more organized inbox.
Using Google Maps on Android is a convenient way to get around, but if you end up losing your data connection, it’s helpful to have important maps cached for offline use.
Are you currently using a Gmail account, but would like to get Outlook.com contacts to it too? Fear not, there’s an easy solution to import them to Gmail.
If you have music files on your Google Drive, you might want to play them directly without having to download them first. Music Player for Google Drive allows you to do it.
Google launched a new game called Rollit as part of Chrome Experiments. It works with the Chrome browser on your computer, and turns your smartphone into a controller.
On Android, the MightyText service allow you to send text messages from your phone by using your computer. Why would you want to do that? Well, they’re easier to type for one thing.
Google Now for Android has integrated a groovy new feature, which allows you to create location-based reminders, and it’s easy to do. Here’s how to set one.
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.
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.