Similar to what we have been seeing from Google with other holidays, there is a bit for those looking to celebrate Valentine's Day. To be specific, it seems Google has offered two goodies. One of which deals with Play Music and
Users and fans of CyanogenMod will already be familiar with how the custom ROM tries to take a good idea and makes it better. Next on its hit list is the AOSP gallery app, which it has weighed and found lacking, and will soon be
Trying to further bridge the gap between its email suite and its social networking kingdom, Google is releasing a new feature that will allow Gmail users to send emails to their Google+ friends. Fortunately, there will be away to
Google+ Auto Backup is a convenient way to make sure all of the images you capture with your smartphone are being backed up. But while that takes care of the images you take with your internet connected smartphone or tablet, it
Steve Grove is a member of the Google+ team. A three-year member of the team to be specific, but more important than the length of time he has been with the team, Grove recently spoke with LiveMint and had some interesting
We recently saw Google rollout the AutoAwesome Snow setup. This allowed Google+ users to add falling snow to an image. While neat and somewhat fun to play with, it seems that is just one perk Google has lined up for the users.
Did you enjoy the falling snow autoawesome feature Google rolled out a few days ago? We did, but who wants to go outside and snap pics? It’s cold out there. We like to be bundled up inside, safely tucked away from jack frost.
It looks like Google is really starting to slowly but surely impose its Google+ brand on Android users, replacing stock Android apps with their own proprietary alternatives. What started with the Nexus 5's Messaging app has now
YouTube’s commenting system was a mess prior to Google+. When Google stepped in to involve their social platform, it took a drastic step toward ending the misogyny and blind hate. Google+, by nature, gives moderators better
Google is now using Google+ posts as ads across other sites, the company announced today. The “+Post” ads will display on Google’s two million sites available on its Google Display Network. By taking posts that include