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New Chat Feature Makes it Easier to Share Pictures on Google Photos

New Chat Feature Makes it Easier to Share Pictures on Google Photos

Google keeps on adding new and useful features to its Photos App. Recently, the Photos app gained a new feature that allows users to manually tag a person. Now the company has announced a chat app that is baked into Google Photos. The chat feature is aimed at helping users exchange photos by chatting with other users.

Google Photos Now Lets you Manually Tag People in Pictures

Google Photos Now Lets you Manually Tag People in Pictures

Google Photos is arguably one of the best photo gallery app. The integration with Google Drive and the AI-backed features make it a great choice. Google Photos comes with auto face detection feature that lets you search for a person by selecting face. Until now the feature worked by automatically detecting people in images. Now Google Photos has gained a feature that lets you tag photos manually.

Google Acquires Fitbit for $2.1 Billion; Could Launch its Own Wearable Eventually

Google Acquires Fitbit for $2.1 Billion; Could Launch its Own Wearable Eventually

Just a few days after rumors first broke, Google has announced that it will be acquiring Fitbit for $2.1 billion. The company hopes to improve Wear OS and introduce Google-branded wearables in the market by using the technology it will acquire from Fitbit.

Google Announces Nest Wifi Router with Smart Speaker, Nest Mini, Affordable Pixelbook Go

Google Announces Nest Wifi Router with Smart Speaker, Nest Mini, Affordable Pixelbook Go

Google Wifi was one of the first routers to offer mesh networking for homes. The company has launched a new Nest Wifi which comes with an inbuilt Google Assistant speaker (Nest Point). Google has also launched other devices including Nest Mini, and Pixelbook Go.

Google Announces Pixel Buds 2, Its AirPods Rival

Google Announces Pixel Buds 2, Its AirPods Rival

Google today announced the Pixel Buds 2 — truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds and its AirPods rival. The original Pixel Buds were connected to each other using a wire. For the Pixel Buds 2, Google has made the earphones completely wireless and improved them radically in every aspect.

Google Play Pass Offers Access to Over 350+ Premium Apps and Games for $4.99/Month

Google Play Pass Offers Access to Over 350+ Premium Apps and Games for $4.99/Month

Just a week after Apple Arcade went live, Google has gone ahead and announced Google Play Pass. The new subscription service from the company offers users access to over 350+ premium apps and games on the Play Store for a monthly subscription fee of $4.99.

Google’s Key Moments Makes It Easier to Search for Content within Videos

Google’s Key Moments Makes It Easier to Search for Content within Videos

Thanks to Google it is easy to search for stuff on the Internet. The search giant has taken the video search a step further by adding a new feature. Google has detailed how it will display videos in search results. Starting now, Google will also highlight the relevant part of the video in the search engine and calls it “Key Moments.”

Google Drops Dessert Naming Scheme for Android; Announces Android 10

Google Drops Dessert Naming Scheme for Android; Announces Android 10

Google today announced a change in the Android naming scheme. While the company has named every new version of Android after a dessert, that will no longer be the case going forward, with the company calling Android Q as Android 10.

Google Maps ‘Live View’ AR Walking Directions Rolling Out for iPhone and Android

Google Maps ‘Live View’ AR Walking Directions Rolling Out for iPhone and Android

Google is rolling out its AR-powered walking directions feature in Google Maps to a wider range of devices which support AR natively. This includes iPhones with ARKit support as well as Android devices which support Google’s ARCore.

Google Chrome Is Leading Final Cut Pro X to Slow down and Crash

Google Chrome Is Leading Final Cut Pro X to Slow down and Crash

If you are a video editor who prefers to use Final Cut Pro X, you might want to ditch Chrome for good. It has been discovered that if you use Chrome with Final Cut Pro already running in the background, the latter’s performance will take a massive beating.