The Google Play Services is Google’s key to your smartphone in a sense that updates are pushed into your phone through this service. While you can find Play Services listed among other apps on the Application Manager, it doesn’t work like any other apps. It’s a collective name for all services Google uses to make
One of the apps that you may not use more often but couldn’t afford to lose from your Samsung Galaxy S9 is the Google Play or Play Store app. Needless to say, you won’t be able to download any of your desired apps if Google Play or Play Store app is not working on your
For those looking for solutions to their #GalaxyS7 issues, this post might help. Don’t forget to also visit other troubleshooting guides for the S7 and S7 Edge. Galaxy S7 losing network and LTE connectivity SMS on Galaxy S7 is converted to MMS Galaxy S7 not syncing stock Calendar and Microsoft Exchange accounts properly Google apps
If you’re a customer of #GoogleApps (Business, Education or Government), you can now have a #Hangouts video conversation with up to 25 participants. The limit was previously capped to 10 users per video call, but Google is now offering this nice little incentive to users of Google Apps. Standard users will not see this change,
In a move to be able to better support devices in the future with updates, Google has moved their stock Contacts and Phone apps to the Play Store for updates. Google has already done this for apps like Calendar and others, so this is nothing new. However, there are a few caveats to this change. For
Most of us have set our Android devices to automatically check for updates on the Google Play Store to get push notifications whenever there are updates to any apps they have installed. However, every once in a while, there are some updates that cause more problems and may have numerous bugs, just like Skype’s latest
Google could be bringing a new service to the market that will allow Google Plus users to share their tangible items with friends and acquaintances in their circles. Essentially the service will act like Craigslist, but without the anonymity found on many boards. The user will be able to lend, sell, review and catalog items for
Google and Hewlett-Packard have just announced that they will be teaming up to offer Google Apps for Business. The initiative is targeted at small and medium businesses. Google Apps is a suite of cloud-based office applications for creating documents and spreadsheets integrated into Google’s cloud-based file storage service. Initially, cloud-based office suites were met with
We often consider states like New York, California, Nevada, Texas, Illinois and even Washington State to be the ones on the cutting edge of technology. However when it comes to implementing Google Apps for state government Wyoming and Utah are the first two states to do that. Utah has become the second state to
Back on October 27th after we ran this story about Google donating 600 Chromebooks for wounded veterans recovering stateside, we received an email from the Googler who spearheaded that project. In that email Carrie Laureno promised even bigger news involving Google partnering with Veterans and that the news would be delivered on Veteran’s Day. Well
Google+ is the hottest thing on the planet right now when it comes to Google lovers and social networking. Google has recently asked Google+ users to refrain from posting business, blog, and other non personal Google + pages in the mix of personal invites. As a result we’ve listened and in fact I use my
One of the greatest things packed in the arsenal of any Android Enthusiast as they prepare to fight the Android vs iPhone war is this little thing we take for granted called Google Apps or G-Apps for short. You see, Apple has been offering this product called Mobile Me for years which costs just $99.
Google has updated Google Maps for Android to version 5.1 so please go update it now… Great now that you have the update you’ll notice that Google is getting more location savvy. We knew this was coming and it’s definitely a step in the right direction adding another feature to the awesomeness of Google Maps.