• News
  • How to Enable ‘Ok Google’ on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

    Although Samsung packs its own voice assistant on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, but it’s no match to Google’s ‘Google Now’ voice assistant service. Google Now works on almost all Android devices, and even supports voice commands from any screen on some devices. But if saying ‘Ok Google’ on your Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge isn’t bringing up […]

  • Issues & Fixes
  • “Now on Tap” on Galaxy S6, will it work?

    Google will be officially announcing the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update on Sept. 29th, along with Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. The update will be coming with a handful of new features that we’ve already seen in the Android M developer preview images. But one of the most exciting feature of Marshmallow update — “Now on Tap” — wasn’t available on the developer preview […]

  • News
  • Google Now suggesting pirated links? This is not good

    Google Now provides us with more information on things that we recently or actively search on Google. But the service seems to have a serious flaw with its recommendation engine as it seems to suggest even links that contain pirated stuff. Sure, Google does return links to pirated content when a user is willingly looking for such […]

  • Android Apps
  • [New app] “Commandr for Google Now” lets you set custom commands for Google Now using the “Note to self” interface

    With touchless voice controlled phones like Moto X and recent updates to Google Now which allows it to listen to your voice on any screen (even on lockscreen), we’re getting more used to using our devices with voice and that naturally develops craving for even more voice controlled actions. Google Now is by far the most educated voice assistant […]

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  • Google Babble rumored: unification of Google Talk, Messenger, Google+ Hangouts, etc. and probably some other stuff planned!

    The unification of all the communication services run by Google – such as Talk, Google+ Messenger, or Google Voice – has been long rumored to be on its way to become reality, and now Geek.com is reporting that Google may use the name “Babble” for this universal communication service. Right now, Google has separate apps/services for […]