Google announced it’s making Quickoffice available for free to iOS and Android users. And if you act quickly, some extra storage space is thrown in, too.
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Google+ has added a series of advanced photo editing tools, which you can use to get some great results. Here’s how to use these new featured tools.
Google recently released Chrome Apps that you can run on your desktop – outside of the browser. They’re currently available to Windows and Chromebook users.
If you like using multiple browser tabs at the same time on your monitor to multitask, these free Google Chrome extensions will make your life much easier.
Chromecast is Google’s latest attempt at having a viable entertainment device in the living room. While still early in development, here’s five tips to get more out of it.
Google Chromecast is designed to provide internet streaming content. It’s not necessarily meant to stream local files, but you can with the Chrome browser.
Google took Android fans by surprise after assigning its latest operating system-version the name of a popular candy bar. Is this an attempt to pull sweet-toothed geeks over to Android?
Google has added several new features to Gmail over the past year, some of which are annoying — like Tabs. If you want to get your old Gmail back, check out this guide.
Looking for a good cheap Android phone? The Nexus 4 is a groovy contender at a sweet new low price, and this change could mean the Nexus 5 is en-route.
The official Google AdSense app is available on Android and it allows you to keep track of the stats on your website or blog while on the go. Here’s a look.
When Google introduced the Promotions tab in Gmail, it caused a lot of legitimate newsletters to be hidden from view. Here’s how to manage or disable it.
Google updated Chrome today and added a new Reset feature. Here is what it does and how to use it.
The Google+ app on Android allows you to edit photos you’ve uploaded even after you’ve uploaded them to the network. Here’s a look at how to use it.
Google Maps for Android was recently updated to make it easier for you to save maps for offline use much easier. It also provides easier navigation options.