Depending on the app, Google may bring some features to its Android versions before they arrive on the iOS app, and sometimes it can happen the opposite way. Gmail for iOS is no different.
An update to the official Google app on iOS brings a handy feature on board. Users will now be able to navigate using Waze and Apple Maps in addition to Google Maps when looking for directions on the app. The feature is reportedly rolling out to the U.S. and other parts of the world, although it should go live globally very soon.
Google Opinion Rewards has been available on Android since quite some time. This service allows users to earn quick bucks by taking short surveys on a wide range of topics, mostly related to apps or your favorite TV shows, movies etc. Well, this service is now making its way to iOS, allowing customers to earn up to $1 per survey. Since the surveys are short, they can be taken practically anywhere and won’t take more than 30 seconds of your time in most cases. Surveys aren’t sent frequently, however, and you might have to wait days or even weeks between surveys.
Wireless headphones are all the rage these days, especially considering the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack in so many smartphones.
DxOMark is one of the leading sources for camera rankings, especially when it comes to the camera(s) equipped in a smartphone.
Recently, it was discovered that Google Drive iOS app users were having issues opening some file types, including Microsoft Word (.docx) documents.
A lingering issue within the Google Drive iOS app is causing problems for folks who are trying to open Microsoft Word documents.
Owners of the Amazon Echo Show were in for a big surprise as Google removed the YouTube app from the home assistant. It seems like Amazon had no prior intimation regarding the removal, which has seemingly left Amazon, and not to mention the customers, quite surprised.
Apple has made a change to the results people will see while using Siri and Spotlight on iOS devices and Macs.
Google and HTC today announced that they have entered into a “definitive agreement” which will see certain HTC employees join Google. The agreement also provides Google with non-exclusive access to HTC’s Intellectual Property (IP). Google will be paying HTC $1.1 billion in return for this agreement.