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You can make faster Hangouts voice calls when new update rolls out

If you're not satisfied with just chatting with colleagues or friends over Hangouts and have been dependent on making voice calls through the app and/or desktop, chances are you've noticed that it's not as fast as it should be. Don't worry, it's not just your carrier's fault, but it's the connection speed within some of Google's apps like Gmail and Inbox where you can also make the voice calls. But a new update to the apps and to the desktop will solve that problem and allow you to make faster calls.

Gmail improved, view all inboxes in one place

Admit it. You probably have more than five e-mail addresses. Perhaps you have more Gmail accounts too now to take advantage of the 15GB free storage. Most people have more than one email used for school, another one for work, one for business, and one for personal use. You may have lost count and forgotten most of your passwords but the updated Gmail app has added some improvements to your inbox.

Google to reportedly launch “Pony Express” online bill payment

It is not a secret that Google is out to digitize the world, from information to media and now, even for our bill payments. A leaked document shows that the tech giant is planning to launch a new service called Pony Express which would allow our Gmail accounts to receive and organize all our monthly and annual bills into just one place. What's more it will allow you to even make payments without leaving your email.

Google releases preview of Contacts update

While other Google products like Gmail, Maps, Hangouts, have been constantly updated with new features or even just bug fixes, some like Google Contacts have been sorely neglected. It's funny because it's one of the most basic things that we use, whether you're on an Android device or you're highly reliant on the whole Google eco-system. Well, they've finally heard our gripes as Google has released a preview of what the Contacts update will now look like.

Inbox by Gmail update: tablet-ready, more browsers added

If you've been waiting for Google to make more features and updates for their Inbox for Gmail app, then the wait is now over. And if you're still confused as to why they had to create a different email app when the Gmail one was already pretty good, then this is your time to try it out (after asking a friend for an invite of course). The latest update now brings the app to your Android tablets, as well as to browsers other than Chrome.

Inbox by Gmail now with better Android Wear, tablet support

While Inbox, the separate email app released by Gmail last October, is still in the invite-only stage (remember, that's how Gmail started a long time ago?), the user base is steadily growing, with some eagerly waiting for their friends to let them in on all the email fun. Now the latest update to the app brings you better support for both Android Wear supported wearables as Android-run tablets.

Google gives new life to Calendar, improves Gmail app as well

Even though you may be a heavy Google user, chances are you don't actually use their official Calendar app on your smartphone or tablet because there are more better-designed and integrated apps out there. But they are trying to change people's attitude towards the Google Calendar app, and the latest update features new features and also a new look to entice you to actually use it as your main app for events and schedules. The Gmail app has also been updated and it is now a bit more inclusive of non-Gmail accounts.

Gmail app APK for Android 5.0 leaked, still unstable

Most Android news outlets have taken this as the arrival of Gmail 5.0 – which is to say, the Gmail app designed for Android 5.0 Lollipop. This may not necessarily be so… yet. Here are the facts – that this app is a late September build of the new Gmail app, and that it does carry a Material Design look. But it still may not be the final build of the Gmail application, as the build remains buggy and unstable.

Inbox by Gmail gives you another way to look at email

There are some that would have us believe that email is passé and is due an overhaul, if not a replacement, and perhaps to some extent they might be right. But for those who live in their virtual inboxes, that isn't even an option, Luckily for them, Google, whose business happens to be beholden to email, is a staunch ally. It has come up with a new app simply called Inbox that turns the age old email into something more dynamic, more personal, and even more productive.
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