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  • Material You from Android 12 is now rolling out to some Google apps

    Material You from Android 12 is now rolling out to some Google apps

    Before launching Android 12, Google is already rolling out part of the update to the users. The Material You, a more aesthetic-looking design language from the upcoming operating system update, will now be available on some Google apps, including Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

  • Major Chrome OS update adds new features like improved video calls and eSIM support

    Major Chrome OS update adds new features like improved video calls and eSIM support

    Due to the pandemic, most schools in Malaysia had to resort to e-learning for students. For that, a laptop is definitely needed and Chromebooks are ideal since they're affordable. With the new Chrome OS update, we can expect more convenient models to launch.

  • Google won't give any free video calls for Gmail users on Google Meet soon

    Google won't give any free video calls for Gmail users on Google Meet soon

    During the pandemic, having online meetings is such a norm now that most of us have a Zoom and other video call app accounts by default. However, most of them aren't exactly free as there is only a limited amount of time to use as free members.

  • Google revealed a new logo for Gmail and some huge upgrades for G Suite

    Google revealed a new logo for Gmail and some huge upgrades for G Suite

    After years of seeing the envelope icon, Google has announced that a newly designed logo will be replacing the old one for Gmail. The Gmail logo is now more well-matched to other Google services by having the core Google colours which are blue, yellow, and green. Not only the logo change, but the tech giant has revamped G Suite as well to take a chance against Microsoft Office.

  • Google Meet now supports noise cancellation for Android and iOS

    Google Meet now supports noise cancellation for Android and iOS

    Back in June, Google announced that it would be bringing a noise cancellation to Google Meet. The feature has been on the web version for some time, but it was only yesterday Google announced that the update is now going to be available on Android and iOS.

  • Google Duo beta will be added to Android TV soon

    Google Duo beta will be added to Android TV soon

    With how things have changed this year, video calling is probably a trend that won't go away. That's why we're seeing more of such services popping up and developers making great efforts to expand and improve them. Google is doing the same and with Google Duo by adding support for the service to other devices.

  • Google Meet now prevents anonymous users from crashing meetings

    Google Meet now prevents anonymous users from crashing meetings

    Remember Zoom and its infamous 'zoombombing' incidents? The increase in people working from home has pushed more people to use video meeting apps, but it brought a slew of new issues like strangers crashing video meetings. Google has been working hard to ensure its Google Meet platform avoids the same problems and has announced new preventive measures.

  • Google Meet now accessible via Gmail in Android and iOS

    Google Meet now accessible via Gmail in Android and iOS

    The rise in usage of video conferencing software has a great side effect for users overall. As more people use these services, the providers have a greater obligation to improve them. Google Meet is certainly one service that has been improving rapidly in recent weeks and can now be accessed via Gmail.

  • Background noise soon to no longer be an issue with Google Meet

    Background noise soon to no longer be an issue with Google Meet

    Video meeting has become the norm for many, with people now working from home due to restrictions in many countries. Of course, the increase in use means more people know what they want out of these apps and noise cancellation is one of them. Back in April, Google announced that noise cancellation would be coming to Google Meet and that update is just around the corner.

  • You don't have to pay to use Google Meet from now on!

    You don't have to pay to use Google Meet from now on!

    As the pandemic is still not coming to an end yet, the world is still widely depending on video-calling tools to communicate with each other. No matter if it’s a business conference, a lecture, or simply just a chit-chat session with friends and families that are far away, a video-calling platform will make everything become easier at this challenging time. By recognizing the current needs of their customers, Google has announced that Google Meet will be free for everyone sooner or later.