Tagged: Google Plus
announced today, promise to improve on Google’s GIF capabilities.
Google account knows it can be a headache. They want to verify your identity via picture ID, and often demand that the corresponding forms show your user name on them. If you’re not comfortable using your real name online, that could prove impossible, as one YouTuber found out.
Google+ commenting for YouTube, effectively tying the two services together. It’s been a few weeks, but the scope of such a move isn’t known yet. Does the new comments section cheapen Google+, or improve YouTube?
Google+ is being updated today, bringing some bug fixes along with a few new features. The feature updates have a lot to do with the Google+ Photos app, as Google prepares itself as a contender for your photo storage and sharing hub. The update also brings changes to “Locations”, should you find yourself using it.
Google is slowly but surely making its social networking service the center not only of its own web-based social interactions but even in Android as well. Some are now speculating that the standard Android Gallery app may soon see itself on the way out and be replaced with Google+ Photos.
"Morning with Google+" event that took place last month. Vic Gundotra detailed what could be expected with the updated Hangouts release at the time, but in the end, that event served more as a teaser. Simply put, Hangouts 2.0 was announced and detailed, but not immediately released.
Google wisely proceeded with caution when making changes to the popular video service.
Android 4.4 brought a new look to the dialer and along with that comes some new features. One of those features can be found in the settings, it is listed as "Caller ID by Google." This one is turned on by default and for now, is listed as being able to show names for people and businesses not in your contact list. Simply put, Caller ID on a mobile device, but there is more coming next year.