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The way that Google informs its app users on the latest news and personal information will be the way that it will inform all of its mobile web users.
This is all part of the Material Design revamp of Google's applications and some of the changes have been controversial, at least in efficiency.
The already intuitive and versatile Google feed in the search giant's Android and iOS app is getting a major update focused on personalization.
One Pixel XL received the new design. It's essentially an intermediate page that lets you look into stories and your latest reminders.
The Google feed has been elusive for most launchers that aren't from Google on Pixel and Nexus devices. Not for Nova now.
Bixby has a lot of competition, but with its scale, it needs to be a top notch experience. Anything less could be a disaster.
The first-party Android launcher will be going away for both device manufacturers and consumers. So, what now? We inspect the situation.
The Google Now Launcher is done for, but will be maintained for those using it for the foreseeable future. What's next for manufacturers?
The Upcoming is all the travel and events that Google knows you're involved in while the feed will stick to weather and news.
Instead of Google Now, how about Feed? Now on Tap? Nope, it might just be called Screen Search instead. What is in a name?
You'll see something, even if Google can't pick up anything on your screen to search about. Google Now cards fill in the gap.
Need a screen translated in a snap. It could just be two taps away with Now on Tap. More robust search features are also in this update.
Need help remembering what Google Now can do on your Android phone? Here's an interactive way to learn OK Google commands!
On a need to know basis? Need something you need to know to load up fast? On iOS? Google has an update for you to save your butt.
Does Google Assistant stand a chance against Siri, Cortana, and the rest? The title says it all folks and honestly I find it to be a rather absurd question.
Fifty Shades of Google? Well, not really, but if you ask Inbox to write up a Smart Reply for you, it'll do so with the help of 2,685 romance novels.
Google's been improving its voice-driven features to make the Google search voice sound more human-like than ever.
Google wants to contribute to the well-being of the American democracy however it can, offering a host of quick search presidential election functions.
Will intelligent Google chatbots help jump-start the company's mobile messaging efforts?
Keep your hands on the wheel! Thanks to the new Google Now Answering Machine feature, your Android can read your texts to you - and let you reply, too!
While Google Now is pretty darn smart already, it usually has to take its time or come across incidental information and churn on it before letting you know in a Now card. With Google Now on Tap, it’s putting out what it gets in with a long press of the home button.
Now on Tap is still a new feature that isn’t as fully-fleshed as its stewed edition — using algorithms to perform tricks live on an expanded array of applications just ain’t the same. It’s catching up, though, especially with some updates today.
For one thing, you can now hit up an [...]
Ericsson used to have a larger footprint in the mobile technology space. In this decade, we’re lucky if we hear from them once or twice a year. This time around, our luck may have run out if we’re talking about smartphones. It’s a hardware field that Google currently has a vested interest in. Not to worry, though, as one of its software managers has come up with her vision of what’s next.Doom for the devices
Stockholm-based Ericsson commissioned a survey of 100,000 participants across 40 countries including Sweden and has found that people will [...]
Google usually has a quick post ready for one of its many project blogs to tell users and developers of a great new feature that they should look forward to. Not the case this time. An update to the Google app for Android apparently brought nothing worth noting. Not even in the update log on the Play Store page.
The /r/Android subreddit tends to disagree. One of its users was the herald to a new audible feature that can read out your latest text messages.
Ask Google to, “Show me my text messages,” and it’ll read out the most recent messages, asking if [...]