While your phone’s native email app may still be your go-to friend when it comes to ease of use, there are still some things it can’t do, especially if you’re a heavy Google user. The tech giant continues to improve its
A lost smartphone – whether by theft or by a more benign misplacing – is always a problem for handheld device users. That is why there are a lot of security/locate-my-phone apps out there in the market. The issue is in
With the announcement last week during the I/O Conference that the Google Office Suite would be able to create and edit Microsoft Office within their apps, we were expecting that the roll-out would be done in the next few months.
After the announcement of the integration of Quickoffice into Google Docs during the I/O conference, Google has now said that it will not be available anymore as a native app in the Google Play Store starting in the next few
The yearly Google I/O conference is a much-awaited event not just for developers and tech geeks, but even for ordinary users of Google products since they usually make major announcements that will impact our digital life. But
Among Google’s many announcements on the first day of its I/O conference, one of the things that got people (well, at least those who are productivity addicts) buzzing is the introduction of Google Slides, the newest addition
Google has pushed out a new version of its Gmail app for Android that has some new major features. Aside from the ability to save attachments directly to Google Drive, there are also UI changes will benefit not only English
Premium users of Todoist will be greeted by a very welcome update today. The cross-platform todo service has added a new feature that brings it a bit closer to something like Evernote: file attachments. Continue Reading...
Google has announced a trio of new apps today; Docs, Sheets and Slides. Essentially, Google has broken down the Drive app. Docs and Sheets are both available in the Play Store from this very moment, and Slides is said to be
Owners of the new HTC One (M8) on AT&T have hit a snag when it comes to the free Drive storage. Each new handset arrives with 50GB of Google Drive storage, which users are prompted to take advantage of just after startup.