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Google introducing a new Premium gaming section for Google Play Store on Chromebooks

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This year Google have seen a big increase in the amount of people using their Chromebooks for gaming so they've decided to capitalise on this with an expansion of their gaming offerings. Sometimes it can be difficult to find...

Waze bringing lane guidance, trip suggestions and traffic alerts to your devices

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Google-owned Waze is the fun version of Google Maps and has seen Batman-themed voices and icons come to the app in recent times but it seems that more important features are on their way with Waze at an event...

Is YouTube Music ready to rise above another hurdle?

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The rise of YouTube Music has been a steady one, but it has also experienced some significant bumps in the road. Now the choice is clear that users need to migrate to YouTube Music or find another option,...

Google are now making hardware specifically for Google Meet

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Google have improved Google Meet with many new features this year. After so many software updates Google has now unveiled hardware dedicated to Google Meet. The new hardware called Series One comes in three different sizes with kits designed for...

Google Drive to start deleting trash items automatically

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Google has been hard at work this year and the number of updates they have provided to various products of theirs have been too numerous to count. Overnight they announced another update, this time to Google Drive. Starting October...

Issues with Google Messages on Android Auto? You’re not alone…

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We've had a couple of notes in the last few weeks from readers who've experienced issues with Google Messages not working on Android Auto and it appears that the behaviours are consistent. The common reports are that either: Messages...

IFTTT introduces a subscription model for users with more than three applets

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IFTTT is one of the best action trigger and logging options on Android. It's been around for a very long time, does its job and does it well. As a result of this reliability, there are a...

Editing Microsoft Office files on Android through G Suite is rolling out now

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If you've been using Microsoft apps begrudgingly on your Android device because G Suite won't edit them, it's time to rejoice. The rollout of editing capabilities for Office documents is under way and it could be a big...

Google switching your default music player over to YouTube music signalling the shutdown of...

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It has been coming for a while but it seems that the end is nigh for Google Play Music. Users on Reddit are seeing that their smart home devices are telling them that their default music service has...

Android 11 rolling out to supported Google Pixel phones now!

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Not much has arrived on time this year but it seems that COVID-19 and civil unrest have not slowed down Google in their work on Android 11. Good news for Pixel users (and other Android owners) because it...

The Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G are right around the corner

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We waited not-so-patiently for the release of the Google Pixel 4a earlier this year but now our Googley eyes have turned towards the release of the Pixel 5. It seems that the Pixel 5 will not be as...

Will Google Assistant work with multiple accounts soon?

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Possibly the biggest issue faced by users who have multiple Google accounts is Assistant only allowing single access. If you're in this boat, then an APK teardown by 9to5Google suggests good news on the horizon. The usual caution stands...

Creating content via the YouTube app is getting easier to navigate

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Like a lot of users, the YouTube app is generally a media consumption app for me but that could be changing soon. The team at 9to5Google outline some coming changes in an app update that's rolling out. ...

Google Docs becomes more accessible with better Braille support

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The online world is a magical place, but it's very visual which leaves a portion of society on the sidelines. Google is continuing its commitment to accessibility by improving Braille support in Google Docs. While there's a...

Pokemon Go will stop working on older Android and iOS devices from mid-October

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Niantic Labs, the powerhouse brand behind the Pokemon Go app games have announced that from the next major update to the app in October, older Android and iOS devices will no longer be able to use, launch or play...

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