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Google’s Android Instant Apps were announced at last years Google I/O, and was the company’s idea of letting Android apps run instantly without requiring installation. At I/O 2017, the company finally announced that Android Instant Apps are now open to all Android developers. All devices running Marshmallow and above support …

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YouTube Go

YouTube Go was announced in September last year and was designed and developed with Indian users in mind given the connectivity issues that they face. The YouTube Go Beta was made available in the Indian Play store for download. Google is yet to announce further plans for rolling out the …

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Google Photos

Announced two years ago, Google Photos has come a long way forward and has now become the first choice for many users when it comes to photo management on handheld devices. Google Photos user-base has been increasing at a rapid rate and is now a family of more than 500 …

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Android Go is a new platform, a light version of Android O that will work smoothly on extremely inexpensive, ultra entry-level phones. Specifically, those that have 512MB to 1GB of memory (RAM). Google says Go will ship “as an experience” in 2018, which means manufacturers will potentially start making handsets with the …

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Every year Google kicks off Google I/O event with stats about Android and it’s most used services. And this time it’s no different. The company CEO Sundar Pichai starts off the show with the same. Android has become a go-to choice for more than 2 Billion people. Unsurprisingly, Drive users …

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Smart Reply

Smart Reply is now available for Gmail. Smart Reply is already available for Google Inbox and Allo. Smart Reply is backed by artificial intelligence which suggests quick responses to your messages based on the information provided. According to Google, Smart Reply already drives 12% of total replies on the Inbox …

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Assistant on iPhone

As expected, Google Assistant finally makes it way to iPhones. Google launched its AI Voice assistant at Google I/O last year. Initially it debuted as a part of Google’s messaging application Allo and was first baked in a smartphone when the Pixel phones were launched. The assistant is already available …

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Google I/O 2017 has kicked off and it’s that time where we get to hear a lot of things that Google has been planning. They started the first day by showing off their new feature called Google Lens. It is similar to Bixby Vision from Samsung, that it takes information …

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Google is overhauling its Android Device Manager app, which is basically Android’s equivalent of Apple’s “Find My iPhone.” Now the two are much closer in name. In the first update the app has seen since 2015, Android Device Manager has been bumped to V2, bringing some much needed visual changes and …

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With Google IO 2017 going on in full swing, here are all the highlights of all the announcements. This article will be updated with the details of all the announcements, and you can check them out in detail in the companion articles, as they happen.   Google I/O starts The …

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