Posts tagged ios

Google Trips on Android. Screenshots: AndroidWorld

Google Trips on Android. Screenshots: AndroidWorld

Google is working on a new app called Trips that will help users plan their next vacation by automatically pulling information from their emails. The app will also help travelers find things to do while they’re away, and offer reviews from locals.

Google Photos

If you’re still not using Photos, you’re missing out. Photo: Google

Google is rolling out a major Photos update that adds a greater search experience, and the ability to customize movies that were created automatically. The release also makes it possible to rename, create, and delete folders on microSD cards.

Google Calendar just keeps getting better. Photo: Google

Google Calendar just keeps getting better. Photo: Google

If your schedule looks busier than Best Buy on Black Friday, then the last thing you want to do is dig through it to find time for another meeting. But now you don’t have to.

Google Calendar’s new “Find a time” feature seeks out gaps in your schedule to ensure that you never have to find other things to do when you could be in ANOTHER MEETING!

It will even confirm that your colleagues are available, too.

Instagram turns black and white. Logo: Instagram

Instagram turns black and white. Logo: Instagram

Instagram could be planning to overhaul its mobile apps with a new black and white interface that will make your photos pop.

The redesign has already rolled out to a small number of users as part of an early test, but Instagram won’t tell us if it will be keeping it.

Podcasts in Play Music. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Podcasts in Play Music. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

If you’ve already updated to the latest Google Play Music release for Android and iOS, but you still can’t find the new podcasts section, here’s a simple fix that should bring it out of hiding.

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