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Google has started rolling out updates for its Google Camera and Gmail app bringing some minor usability enhancements to them. The update for Google Camera will allow users to use their Android Wear powered smartwatch as a remote shutter button for their smartphone or tablet’s camera.


Google’s stock Android Email application, which comes pre-installed on Nexus devices and allows users to access third-party email services like Outlook and iCloud, is now available to download from Google Play. The release will enable users to get their hands on updates and new features faster than before, but it’s available only to Nexus and Google Play Edition devices.


1Password 4, the incredibly popular password manager from AgileBits, is finally coming to Android next month. Designed for both phones and tablets, the full-featured app will resemble its iOS counterpart, and it will be completely free to use… until August 1, 2014.


Google is in the midst of pushing out an exciting compatibility update for it’s official Gmail application for Android via the Play Store. This upgrade bring users the ability to save files directly to Google Drive, improved support for right-to-left languages and faster access to the side navigation menu.


Ever wondered why every Android-powered smartphone you’ve ever bought comes with a Google search widget on its home screen, or why not just one, but almost every Google app that’s available comes pre-installed? Well, these are just a couple of the Google rules that handset makers must follow if they want to provide Google services with their products.

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