Google Debuts #myAndroid Homescreen Picker
Google recently launched a new web site that lets people configure and design their home screen experience. The tool is meant to help those who might not be fully versed in all the different options available within Android to create a home space that works for them. Using #myAndroid, people answer a series of questions concerning the preferences for design usability, and likes/dislikes. At the end of the test, Google recommends wallpaper packs, alternative launchers, icon packs, and even some applications to help people achieve the look they created. Anyone can use #myAndroid online.
Google Assistant Can Help You Channel Your Inner Julia Child
Google today updated its Google Home product with the ability to walk people through various recipes. Google Assistant can dictate step-by-step cooking instructions for more than 5 million recipes.
Google Assistant to Live In (Your) Google Home
Google today made its Amazon Echo competitor, Google Home, available for preorder. Google Home is powered by the Google Assistant.
Google Adds a Handful of Features to Google+
Google today improved its Google+ community space with several new tools. First, Google+ now lets users hide "low-quality" comments.
Google Simplifies Searching For Lost Phones
Google today made improvements to its My Accounts tool that should help people better manage their Google settings as well as their smartphone. Users can now access their account by saying, "Ok Google, show me my Google account" into the Google Search app.