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Prepare for better browsing on mobile. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Prepare for better browsing on mobile. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Google wants to make your mobile browsing experience better than ever with its new Accelerated Pages Project. The company hopes to dramatically improve the performance of the mobile web so that pages, videos, animations, and graphics load “instantaneously.”

Undo Send can be a lifesaver. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Undo Send can be a lifesaver. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

We’ve all sent emails to the wrong person accidentally. Sometimes it’s as harmless as inviting your grandma to a drum and bass rave; other times it’s pictures to your boss that no one should see.

But if you use Gmail, those mistakes can quickly be reversed with the awesome “Undo Send” feature — which just made its way to Inbox.

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Google has made major improvements to the web-based version of its Google Play store in recent months, adding some of the functionality that users have become accustomed to with the native Android app. Today those improvements continue with the arrival of a flagging feature that lets you report inappropriate apps.

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Spotify will today rollout a stunning redesign of its entire app catalog. The company has overhauled its desktop, web, and mobile offerings with entirely new user interfaces that make the content the key focus — and you can take a sneak peak at them now ahead of their release.

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