It was May 17, 2017. I was on my desk with my laptop, to watch the live stream of Google I/O 2017. As always, I was waiting for the Google I/O Keynote, for some exciting announcements. And to my surprise, they announced official support for the language Kotlin on Android.
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Talking to Google Assistance is always fun. It's even more fun when emoji comes into picture. We have seen Assistant responding with emoji sometimes. But it can also respond to your only emoji (no text). As we all know there are tons of emojis in the keyboard on our phone, Assistant responds to almost all of them.
It's been a while since Google Assistance is released in Allo, But its always been fun talking to it. I keep talking to it and found new and creative answers all the time from Assistant. I have once again collected some new answers from Assistant that you will love.
Google Assistant in Allo is been in talk since Google launched Allo. The conversation with it, is fun. I've been talking to it and I am enjoying its each and every answer.
Google launches Allo - A smart messaging app. With it, comes Google Assistant. An Assistant from Google to whom you can have one-to-one conversation. I was eagerly waiting for this after it was announced at I/O 2016.
Playing is fun. Small game or big one. It’s always fun. Google Chrome thinks that, too. On your laptop, PC or mobile, Google Chrome has a nice way to keep you entertained with a small little game when you are offline. You have seen below page many times. And you hate it, right? Not anymore.
How often you come in a state where you don’t know the meaning of a word in a article you are reading. What you now do is, copy that word, open a new tab and search meaning <<word>> * or define <<word>>*and your favorite search engine gives you the meaning right away on that page.
You might have seen Chrome reloading tabs when you visit a tab which was in background. This is not a bug, actually. This is Chrome’s new memory management system.
If you are a heavy user and like to keep installed too many apps, it sometime gets difficult to find that app you want to launch in app drawer. Google Now recently introduced search for apps. But if you want that even faster you can do this with the below trick. This feature is built-in in Google Now itself but less popular and chances are high that you might not know.
We use Google a lot. Sometimes to open a known website we don’t type its full address in the address bar. We just type the name, hit enter. So google search will return it as the first page and we will click the search result to open that page. Yes even though it is fast, it takes some time. We can do that directly. But, how?