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Google Assistant is coming to Marshmallow and Nougat Android Phones

Google is finally expanding its Assistant to phones beyond the Pixel line. The company is starting to roll out the intelligent assistant feature to nearly all phones running Android Marshmallow and Nougat (some low-end devices excepted.) The update, which will be part of a change to the Google app, will be available in the U.S. beginning this week and will then launch in the UK, Australia, Canada and Germany. Once live, you can use the feature by holding down the home button or saying “Okay Google.” Although Google has previously…

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Google Allo Responding in Hindi Google 

Google Allo Responding in Hindi language in India

Google Allo is a smart messaging app launched by Google in September. Recently, Google has introduced Hindi language capability to Smart Reply and Assistant in Google Allo. These new features are to be incorporated in Android and iOS platforms for getting used by all users. Allo is not a chat app which converses with the friends. But, it also includes Google Assistant. The assistant itself is quit an useful feature. The user can just type @Google and get response from the Assistant. This feature is useful in finding the time…

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Progressive Web Apps Mobile WebDev 

Progressive Web Apps compared to Mobile Apps

Since Google announced that their browser would support service workers and therefore progressive web apps, website owners have been given the option to develop offline websites, add push notification functionality to websites and in general have gained the possibility to create content for the web that looks and feels almost like a native mobile application. While Google have attempted to narrow the gap between what users experience when visiting websites and navigate mobile applications, there are still some obvious differences. But overall, the search company have done quite well in…

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Google Technology 

Google’s Pixel Hardware Event: Key Highlights

Google unveiled the much talked about Smartphone in the Google event, that was held inside a small venue at San Francisco, on Tuesday. Google, the US based technology giant threw out an open challenge to the likes of Amazon and Apple, with a new series of gadgets that are positioned for pursuing the digital lifestyle. The event announced the Pixel phone, a smartphone designed by Google, which enables the company to operate in the highly competitive smartphone industry dominated by such players as Apple, Samsung and others. The event came…

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Google's big hardware event: What to expect Google Technology 

Google’s October 4 Pixel Event: What to expect

Google’s huge October event is just few hours away and during this event in San Francisco, the biggest announcement is expected to be the launch of two high-end Pixel smartphones with Android, which will allow Google to compete directly with Apple. You are expected to hear more about the Amazon Echo competitor, a new chromecast and you will get to hear about Google’s big plans for virtual reality. Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL Both these will have similar specs, but the display on its standard version is 5 inches, whereas…

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Android Nougat Android 

Android Nougat: 7 Best Features in Google’s new OS

Google has started to roll-out the latest iteration of its open source Android mobile operating system, Nougat. The new software is now available on Google Nexus devices, with smartphones from other manufacturers to follow. Android 7.0 Nougat beta testers will be the first to get the operating system update. Android Nougat, codenamed N, was previewed back in March. The finished release boasts a number of new features, including the ability to run two apps side-by-side, better battery life and improved encryption for personal data. Google has made the latest version…

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Google Duo Apps Google 

Google launches its Facetime-like Duo video calling app for Android and iOS

After unveiling Duo at its I/O conference in May, Google has finally launched its free cross-platform video calling app on Android and iOS today. Google Duo lets you make one-on-one video calls with anyone else who has the app; all you need to hit them up is their phone number. At present, it’s fairly basic and its only other notable feature is Knock Knock, which lets you see live video of your caller before you pick up. Google says it’s built Duo for speed and simplicity; the app adjusts the video…

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Analytics Tools Apps Mobile Technology 

Top 5 Analytics Tools For Mobile Apps

With the evolution of recent technologies, mobile apps are rising rapidly, which in turn, has increased the demand of detailed analytics. To make apps market-centric, developers are discovering the trends of analytics, thus consumer-behaviours is also escalating. Detailed analytics help developers collect the crucial numbers and analyse them to craft a new and effective marketing strategy to generate rewarding results. There are a few effective analytics tools for mobile apps that help developers discover and assemble numerous sorts of data like number of downloads of their mobile apps, the revenue…

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Reduce Your Website’s Bounce Rate Blogging SEO 

How To Reduce Your Website’s Bounce Rate

One of the most misunderstood terms in Google Analytic is Bounce rate. We define bounce rate as the percentage of single page visits or web sessions. It has absolutely nothing to do with the duration an audience spends on a page. A high bounce rate generally means that the page on which a person lands on your website is not relevant to the visitor or that the visitor has not browsed any further from your landing page, instead has closed it to move on to some other website. Therefore a high…

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