It was a near four weeks ago when we all experienced the surprise from Google in the release of the Android N Developer Preview. Today, Google has announced its second preview of Android N.
Version 11.13 of the YouTube application on Android brings a new interface overlay.
Google’s latest update to the Calendar application comes with a new nifty feature. Users will now be able to set goals inside the app. This can include reading more books, learning a new language, achieving a fitness goal, and many more.
Google Photos is getting a minor update on Android that’ll include a new ‘undo edits’ feature.
To everyone else in the world the places you visit daily- your home, work, favorite store -may just be blips on the map, but to you these are landmarks of your life. Google Maps has realized this and you will now be able to make your maps a little more personal. Starting today you will be able to label any location with your own personal name, and for your work and home addresses, you will be able to apply some cool custom stickers to the map.
Increasingly popular messaging platform Telegram is rolling out some changes to the app that push on the line between being a messaging app and a social media platform. This action centers on group chats, a feature that users could implement to share messages with a whole group of people. Telegram is beefing them up with new supergroup functions to make message sharing even better and easier. Read more
Google is in the process of rolling out an update for Google Docs, their cloud-based word processor that is part of Google Drive, on both the web and Android. The new version includes a pretty significant new feature, an outline tool to help users quickly navigate through the document. Read more