Twitter for Android Adds Photo Tools
Twitter recently pushed out an update to its Android application with improvements focused on the imaging functions. According to Twitter, the app makes it easier to mention other users when posting a photo, and tweaks the cropping and rotating features. The app also makes improvements to the login verification process, and adds pull-to-refresh for new recommendations. Twitter for Android is free to download from the Google Play Store.
Google Simplifies 2-Step Verification
Jun 21, 2016
Google has made it easier for people to setup and use two-step verification to protect their accounts. Google already allowed users to tap a Security Key or enter a verification code sent to their phone.
Google Testing Hands Free Mobile Payments
Mar 2, 2016
Google today announced a new pilot program that will allow people to pay for goods and services without taking their phone out of their pocket. Hands Free Payments relies on location data, WiFi, Bluetooth beacons, and other sensors to detect nearby participating stores.
Google Play Instant Lets You Test-Drive Games Without Downloading Them
Mar 19, 2018
Google today announced several changes to the Google Play Store and Google Play Games apps that should entice Android device owners to check out the latest games. A new feature called Google Instant Play lets people tap and try games directly in the Google Play Store and Google Play Games app without first downloading the game.
Google's Lightweight YouTube Go App Expands to More Countries
Feb 1, 2018
Google today made its data-saving YouTube Go mobile application available to a much wider selection of countries around the world. The app had been available in about 15 countries, but that number jumped to 130 thanks to today's expansion.
Google Music Gains Machine Learning for Improved Recommendations
Nov 14, 2016
Google today updated its Google Music service for Android, iOS, and the web with the hope that it will provide better, more personalized music recommendations. Moving forward, Google Music will match users' existing libraries and playlists with outside cues, such as location, weather, and activity, to make smarter suggestions.
Now they just need annoying games and they will be just like Facebook