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YouTube’s New Video Clip Trimming Tool Makes Mobile Edits a Breeze !

youtubeEven in the suitable setup, it’s nearly difficult to get the perfect piece of footage that will not require edits. Those modifications could be difficult to deal with on mobile, however many thanks to a YouTube upgrade, refining a brief video just acquired much easier. Inside the video library’s mobile application, a new video trimming feature allowed’s you slide to the specific frame you really want the video to start (And Also End) before to eliminating the unwanted. There’s additionally an inline preview, so you can do one last check before to publishing to the web. If you’re into recording footage with your phone, these new tools should help you nix the ‘are you rolling’ chatter before your pal’s next stunt.

Google Play Music – Now Store 50,000 Songs in the Cloud to Stream Anywhere, Totally Free !

google_play_musicGoogle Play Music has extended its cloud storage space offerings from 20,000 songs to a massive 50,000 tracks.

For those that wish to keep their owned songs files but also like to stream, as opposed to carry the files on their device, Google Play Music is ideal. It enables an person to upload music to their account which then could be streamed to any type of device that has the application device , anywhere, totally free. If you’re currently using iTunes and also are considering making the switch, Google has actually made it very easy. An iTunes account could be linked to a Google Play Music account so all the music saved there can be kept in the cloud for streamed access to anywhere. Continue reading

WhatSim Becomes ChatSim as it Expands to Applications Beyond WhatsApp !

ChatSimLast month, I reported on an interesting new mobile service from Italy’s Zeromobile called WhatSim that guaranteed limitless WhatsApp message anywhere in the globe for simply EUR-10 (USD-11.60) a year. Well, a month later on – and before to it’s even delivered its first SIM card – WhatSim is currently changing up its business model to move beyond a single messaging application, however it has also positioned some restrictions on the service that make it less attractive to hard-core chatters.

It’s re-branded itself as ChatSim and also it’s now sustaining QQ, Apple iMessage, Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts, KakaoTalk, Line, Skype, Snapchat, Telegram, Twitter, Viber, WeChat and in addition to WhatsApp. Continue reading

Gmail’s Auto-fill Fall Short Might Have You Emailing the Incorrect People !

gmail mobileIf you use of Gmail each day, you may have noticed that thing aren’t working fairly as intended. Gmail’s users have noticed that the old reliable autofill service isn’t really quite working as intended. Instead of auto-filling email “To” fields with the common suspects, e-mails that you rarely or perhaps could never have used are appearing. Imagine if you’re busy and also send e-mail without looking as well hard at that you’re sending to (it happens, trust us), the prospective embarrassment aspect is very high.

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Google Play Music for iOS Finally Works on the iPad !

musicEven if you choose iOS, Google Play Music is still a solid option for getting your personal library & access to streaming all in one place. That is, until Apple exposes its prepare for Beats Music. While we wait for that announcement, however, Mountain View’s tune-minded application does double obligation well, & now it properly attire the iPad. The new version has a fresh coat of Material Design, certainly, yet you’ll still have to contend with Google’s rather frustrating method for uploading data. If you haven’t already been prompted to upgrade, the most recent is now available over at iTunes.

Yahoo’s Android Home Screen Brings in Search Outside of The United States !

AviateAviate’s contextual home screen was brilliant, yet if you really did not stay in the United States, you weren’t able to search the web without opening up a web browser window. Now the application has finally - perhaps belatedly – added the feature to the feature to every person whose addresses do not end in America. If you’re not caught up, Aviate is an Android home screen that transforms through the day to match your demands, showing you weather info as you rise and travel tips when you leave for work. Yahoo picked up the company at the start of 2014 and launched it under the name Yahoo Aviate the adhering to June. It’s cost-free to download and install from Google Play, as always, and also will work everywhere, oh, except China.

Earn 2GB of Google Drive Earn for Checking Your Security Setups !

security check upTo properly celebrate Safer Internet Day, Google is providing a wonderful perk for users that finish a quick security check-up. If you want to make sure  your account recovery information is up to date, review current log-in task and confirm the list of applications that access your account details, the peoples in Mountain View will certainly bring in 2GB to your total Drive space. You need to finish the quick procedure just before February 17th, & the additional gigabytes will show up around the end of the month. The offer is only open to personal accounts, however, and also while Google Apps for Work and Google Apps for Education and learning users can not increase their space, it’s probably not a bad suggestion to double-check those setups anyhow.

Google Play Music Application Update Adds New Navigation Drawer, Back Button, More.. !

googleplaymusicGoogle on Wednesday began rolling out the updated Play Music application for Android devices with some new features and also little tweaks that were missed out on in the final Material Design upgrade.

The new version (varies with device) of Google Play Music adds bio and also history on artist web page, new slide-up animation when history playlists, and the artists tab now uses album art on top – as opposed to a gray icon if no picture is available.

The little design tweaks consist of a full-height navigation cabinet (when the main menu is swiped from the left), the return of the back/ previous button on lock screen navigation’s, the merging of Library scroll tabs which are now colored orange to match the header, an enhanced Songs UI in My Collection, and entire header and tabs now concealing while scrolling. Continue reading

Google Now Finally Pulls in Data From Your Favorite Applications !

Google Now Finally Pulls in Data From Your Favorite ApplicationsAt long last, Google Now will assist 3rd-party applications. That implies that in addition to serving you helpful details like when your next appointment is & how long it’ll take you to obtain to the airport, Google’s predictive search application will now push data from 3rd-party apps as well. The list for supported third-party applications at launch is long – practically 40 at current count – and also include remarkable applications such as Airbnb, Lyft, The Guardian and also Pandora. The suggestion right here is if you currently have these apps on your phone, info from those will certainly be pushed to cards in Google Now. So for example, Pandora will supply suggestions to you on your commute, or Airbnb will certainly remind you of the location that you were hunting for & ask you if you want to book it. It’ll additionally operate in concert with contextual details from the phone, so if you have actually simply arrived at the airport , Lyft might ask you if you want a ride. Continue reading

Google Fiber is Coming Nashville, Atlanta & North Carolina (Update) !

Google Fiber is ComingRumors broke over the weekend that Google might bring its gigabit internet Fiber connection to Charlotte & Raleigh-Durham, NC next, yet it’s not giving up there. The Tennesseean reports Nashville has actually a news planned, while the Commercial Journal specifies all those metro area plus Atlanta, based on confidential sources. Atlanta would represent the largest metro area for Google Fiber yet, & WSJ mentions that media in the area have actually been invited to a launch event lastday. All 4 cities were already on Google’s ‘Future of Fiber’ list so there’s no surprises here, but still – act like you’re surprised (& not jealous) when the announcement is made, it’s simply polite. Continue reading