Thursday, May 23, 2013

Google updates Search option on Chrome for Android Users

Chrome didn’t just acquire a main update on the desktop. Google has also updated Chrome for Android with several new features. Users will now see search queries in the omnibox, as different to the long search URL. This makes it easier to process the query and to view more results.


“To make browsing the mobile web constant easier, web pages also exhibit in full screen on phones,” says Google in a blog post. “As you scroll, the top toolbar withdraw so you can plunge yourself in the web page content. When you scroll up, the toolbar proceeds so you can get on to the next thing.”

“This updates also enables quicker reloading of web pages by using the cache more professionally when the network is slow, which is particularly useful when you’re on the go. Finally, other iOS apps can now give you the opportunity to open links in Chrome and then return to the app with just one tap,” says Google.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Gmail Updates for Apple iOS

Gmail for Apple iOS Users

Gmail will produce the respective native YouTube, Google Maps, or Google Chrome app for iOS to handle it. Formerly, such links were instead handled by the comparatively ungainly built-in Gmail browser. For those who don’t want the links to produce the native apps.

You can click the Gmail menu exploit the button that was marked with three horizontal bars and simply click the pattern button with the gear image. And at the bottom of the screen, you can choose the button that says “Google Apps” and you will observe the choice that lets you turn off Chrome, YouTube, or Google Maps.

This update should make Gmail and the overall Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) experience more pleasant. In spite of the fact that Apple and Google is big opponent in the Smartphone market, it’s important for Google to give Apple users more reasons to exploit their services. It also illustrates that the company has no intent of leaving the iEcosystem to the likes of Apple or Facebook.

One of Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s key standards is their services. Whether it’s their email service, video streaming service, maps application service, or Android apps service, the company is enduring to make essential pace. Even as some companies try to generate their own products to replace Google services, it’s predictable that Google’s value cannot be undervalued.

Friday, May 3, 2013

Google Updates: Google Chrome OS now Kiosk Mode

Google has added a new Managed Public Sessions feature intended to be highly customizable for users without necessitate a login.

This ‘kiosk mode’ means Chrome book or Chrome box devices might find their way into libraries, hotels, warehouse floors and retail stores, where both clientele and employees can log in to the computer without provide credentials.

Features include the capability to set the evasion sites and apps a user sees at login, custom brand the homepage, block sites and apps that shouldn't be contact, organize device inputs and outputs, and set timed log-out sessions.

For security motive, public session data is cleared on logout so the next addict starts fresh.