Evernote is showing no signs of slowing down as it continues to update its services. After recently launching custom reminders for iOS, OSX and the Web, followed by Android two... Keep reading ?
When Google started to answer questions about nutrition, I wondered why the new feature was limited to voice search. Sure, you could use it in Android, iOS and even in Chrome for desktop, but why not show the same results in the regular...Show More Summary
I do not like how apps are displayed on Google Play, for the same reason I do not like Chrome's web store: there is no option to sort by date, which means that it is really difficult to find new apps and games in the store. While a top new apps or games listing is [...]Show More Summary
Over three years ago, Google introduced its Google Clout Print solution for Google Chrome which later became also compatible with with the mobile versions of Gmail and Google Docs, allowing users to print from their mobile devices. In...Show More Summary
I don't often have to print documents, but when I do... Google Cloud Print is pretty handy, letting you print anything from anywhere using Chrome with your own computer and printer. With today's release of the official Android app, you can now print to your Cloud Print enabled printers straight from your Android devices. Show More Summary
Depending on which web browser you use on your Android device, you may have noticed that it may not display some websites correctly. It does not really matter if you are using the stock browser, Chrome, Opera, Firefox or any of the other browsers available for the mobile operating system. You have two basic options [...]Show More Summary
Chrome Beta for Android added a few weeks ago a cool graph that shows how much data you save using the compression proxy. Just go to Chrome's settings, select "Bandwidth management", "Reduce data usage" and make sure that the feature is enabled. Show More Summary
It was only last fall that AMD said it didn't see a need to make its new "Hondo" chip for tablets work with Android in addition to Windows and Linux, but it seems that the company now sees things a bit differently. Speaking with PC World...Show More Summary
Google has updated Chrome for iOS to version 27, bringing with it a number of new features aimed at Apple users looking for a Siri alternative. Like the recently updated desktop and Android versions, iOS users can verbally ask Chrome a question and get a verbal response. Show More Summary
Chrome 27 for iOS includes voice search, but puts its microphone icon in a different location from Android's Chrome. (Credit: Screenshot by Josh Lowensohn/CNET) As Chrome usage grows on mobile devices, the latest iOS version of the browser finally arrived Monday with the same voice search feature that its cross-platform siblings have. Show More Summary
Google today updated Chrome for iOS to version 27 and with it, it's introducing a couple of new features that should make using voice search on iOS a bit easier. Just like on the desktop and Android, as well as the Google Search appShow More Summary
Almost two weeks after releasing Chrome 27 on the desktop and Chrome 27 for Android, Google has announced the release of Chrome 27 for iOS, adding support for voice search... Keep reading ?
As expected, Google updated its Chrome for iOS app to version 27 today after releasing updates for both desktop and Android late last month. The update includes a number of new improvements, the most notable of which is voice search that allows users to take advantage of the conversational voice search features Google already rolled […]
Are you wondering what the future of Chrome Mobile could be? Well if you enjoy using the app on either your Android or iOS device, it seems that Google has two events planned which seem to be around Chrome Mobile. [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Will you be switching to Google Music All Access? [Poll] Google's SVP of Android and Chrome, Sundar Pichai, left the D11 conference having dropped a huge piece of news for iOS; that their new All Access music service would be coming to iOS in a matter of weeks. Show More Summary
Google just announced its new subscription music service – Google Play Music All Access – at Google I/O a few weeks ago. The Android app was ready to go as soon as the service was announced, but according to Google Chrome and Android Chief, Sundar Pichai, an iOS app will quickly follow. At the D11 conference this [...]Show More Summary
Afer being asked by AllThingsD's Walt Mossberg whether Google SVP Sundar Pichai saw the need for more privacy, Pichai said that he wants to bring several of the security and privacy options that users already see on Chrome across to its mobile platform. Show More Summary
Today at D11, Sundar Pichai senior vice president for Android, Chrome and Google Apps at Google spoke about the state of Google’s various operating systems, which he’s now in control... Keep reading ?
Today at D11, Sundar Pichai, senior vice president for Android, Chrome and Google Apps at Google said that the new Play Music All Access service would be coming to iOS in... Keep reading ?
Among the announcements Android and Chrome boss Sundar Pichai had in store for D11, he announced that Google’s new All Access streaming music service will soon be available on iOS devices. Google does not currently offer a Google Music app for iOS, and users instead rely on a variety of available third-party apps. Show More Summary