All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Chrome apps’

Google Launches Hangouts Chrome App

Google announced the launch of a new Hangouts Chrome app for Chrome OS and Windows, which it calls a “simpler, faster way to use Hangouts on your computer alongside whatever else your’e doing.” The point is that it keeps your chats accessible without getting in the way while you’re working, browsing reddit, watching Netflix or whatever. “Your contact list and …

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Google Gives Developers New Chrome App Audit Tool

Google announced the release of a new version of its Chrome Apps & Extensions Developer Tool, which will let users audit apps or extensions to see what actions they’re performing. The tool was first launched last year without this functionality. It gives developers tools for debugging apps and extensions. “Extensions are a great way to enhance the browsing experience. However, …

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Google Keep Gets A Lot More Useful

Google is launching an update to Google Keep, which includes Google Now reminders and a new photo note option. You can select the “remind me” button from the bottom of any note, and choose to be reminded based on time or based on location. For time, you can add a specific date and time or a more general time of …

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Google Shows Off Some Drive API Secrets

There were a lot of conferences and workshops during Google I/O this year. One of the newcomers to I/O – Google Drive APi – actually got some of the best workshops this year. That doesn’t mean that everything was covered during the weeklong event of all things Google. The team has decided to show off some of the lesser known …

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Google Improves Offline Gmail For Chrome

Google took to the Official Gmail Blog today to discuss some updates it has made to the Gmail offline Chrome app. First would be the addition of a settings page, which lets you choose if you want to sync 7, 14 or 31 days worth of email. “So the next time you get on an airplane, you can sit back …

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