A lot of Hangouts fans would get disappointed to see that Google decided to rollout material Hangouts for Apple iOS devices first.
Hopefully Google Android would get it in the coming days!
– Sleek & polished with material design
– Quick compose button to find your most frequent contacts and start a new conversation
– Easy access to the full complement of attachments, making it easy to pick photos, stickers, emoji and more
– Improved experience for phone calling with a new Dialer UI
Google released today new update of their Slides mobile app for Android and iOS devices. The company has finally added support for Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay in this release.
This is pretty useful as users can now broadcast their presentations right from their smartphone to a large screen display like a projector or television connected with a compatible casting device.
When you’re up on the big screen, you can use your smaller screen to advance slides, view speaker notes and stay on track with a built-in timer. This way you can focus more on telling your story and engaging your audience…instead of on logistics.
Google Docs Blog: Show up, don’t set up—Google Slides supports Chromecast and AirPlay
Google today launched the much awaited Google Calendar app for Apple iOS devices. This app was announced recently when the Android edition got a major update. The version for Apple iOS has all the same features of the Android app.
The company said:
Just like on Android, you’ll get the following features: Events from Gmail, which turn emails into Calendar events automatically Assists, which make suggestions that save you time creating events Schedule View, which makes your calendar easy to scan and lovely to look at
Official Gmail Blog: Google Calendar for iPhone. It’s about time.
Google Calendar on the App Store on iTunes
Google has rolled out minor updates of their Google Drive apps for Apple iOS platform.
The updated Docs, Sheets and Slides apps now allow you to replicate existing files by using the copy option.
Make copies of documents, spreadsheets, and presentations (plus some bug fixes…
Google today rolled out a useful update of their Gmail app for Apple iOS devices. This update adds a couple of useful new enhancements to the Gmailing experience on Apple devices.
Take quick actions on notifications
You can now decide whether you want to reply to or archive new messages straight from your lock or notifications screen. These quick actions help you stay on top of your messages without having to open the app.
Email files from other apps
It’s now easier than ever to attach photos, links, and documents directly to a Gmail message. Just select Gmail in the share menu and start attaching files directly from iPhoto, Chrome, and other apps.
Easily open attachments
Using your attachments on mobile can be a pain. With the new attachment viewer you can now open files of any kind directly into the app of your choosing.
New in Gmail for iOS Today, the Gmail app for iOS is getting a handful of…
Google today announced a couple of new functionalities that would soon be part of the Google Calendar app for Android.
Here are the main highlights:
● See more events at a glance with 7-day week view and pinch-to-zoom
● Add Google Drive files to events. Drive will even check if everyone can open them.
● Control whether birthdays from Google+ are shown in settings. You’ll also see the same changes on the web next week.
● A new option to show week numbers in settings.
● Import .ics files sent to you in Gmail and other apps
Gmail – Google+
Google added that they are working on a version of the app for Apple iOS devices as well.
Google has rolled out an update of their Inbox by Gmail apps. The mobile app is now optimized for both Android and iOS tablets.
In addition, Google has also updated the web interface to work in Mozilla Firefox and Apple Safari. It only supported Chromium based browsers till now.
It’s always hard to know when it’s time to share a new product, because there’s always just a _few_ more things you want to do. Today we’re happy to check off some of these to-dos for Inbox, making it easier to use on more devices and browsers. If you’re a big fan of tablets, you’ll be excited to learn that Inbox has come to iPad and Android tablets. Download the app from the App Store and Google Play. In addition, Inbox now supports Firefox and Safari, as well as Chrome. You can sign in at inbox.google.com.
Official Gmail Blog: Inbox by Gmail: now in more places
Google is rolling out new builds of their Translate mobile apps. The latest edition adds support for Word Lens technology that lets you translate imagery you view through the camera on the device in real time.
The company said:
Whether you’re deciphering a sign in Rio de Janeiro or negotiating with a shop owner in Berlin, Google Translate can be your guide. Starting today, you can instantly translate signs using your phone’s camera and the Translate app, available on Android and iOS.
Inside Google Translate – Google Translate
Google has announced the release of an updated Drive app for both Android and iOS devices. This update adds a couple of useful features:
– On Android, you can now search for files in Drive from the Google app. For example, you could say “OK, Google — search for holiday letter on Drive” to get to your files without opening the app and typing keywords.
– On iPhone and iPad, you can add more of your stuff to Drive by uploading content from other iOS apps.
– On both Android and iOS, you can now access and share custom maps you create with Google My Maps.
Apple iOS update is out now. Google Android update of course is being rolled out in a staged manner.
Google has updated their Wallet app for the iOS with a new feature that lets you split payments with your friends/family/colleagues. The idea is to let you split a payment (for example at a restaurant) with get your friends to pay you online. There is also a feature to add a tip to the total amount. In fact, the app also lets you change the sharing ratio in case there is a guest at the event.
Settling up made simple. The days of arguing about how to split the dinner bill are over. With the latest version of Google Wallet on iOS you can pick any charge, add the people you want to split it with, choose how you want to divide it up, and they’ll receive a request for their share of the total. Get it now with the latest version of Google Wallet on iOS.
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