I was going to through this into the Android Overload but seeing how Google+ is such a hot topic these days, figured it deserved its own post. Not even 48 hours since it was released, the Google+ app has been updated to version 1.0.2 and now includes the ability to sign in using multiple Gmail accounts. Also, noted in the changelog was some minor touch ups in regards to the UI and even a “spiffy” new icon (looks the same to me?). So, if you’ve been too busy messing around with Google+ on the web, be sure to open up your Market app and update the app.
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more_vertAllo can't be your SMS app
Allo is out. It’s a pretty cool messaging app, but the more we use it, the more we see it for exactly what it is — a pure messaging app (with a lot of Google injected inside). As such, if you want to use Allo as your default text messaging app, we’re sorry to say that it’s impossible.
more_vertAllo is now available!
It’s the last day of summer and Google has kept its promise – Allo is finally available!
If you want to be able to use any app you want in split-screen on Nougat, you’ll be happy to learn there’s a very easy way to do that. All you’ll need is an Android 7.0 Nougat device, the ability to toggle a setting, and a quick phone reboot
more_vertExpectations killed Allo
Google’s Allo is the latest product to fall victim to lofty expectations and hype. Allo is exactly what Google told us it would be back at I/O, but a lot of people are disappointed. They were expecting something that only exists in their minds.
Allo does have options for users to keep their messaging conversations private, but Google has decided to store user’s messages indefinitely to help suggestions from Google Assistant.
more_vertPixel phone teaser site launched
After sending out invitations to the press for an October 4th press event for the Pixel phones, Google has now launched a teaser site for the upcoming phones.
GoPro has finally unveiled their first ever drone. We’ve known for a while that GoPro would be joining the drone market, but now it’s official. Let’s see how the GoPro Karma compares to the best from DJI.
Google’s new messaging service Allo has been released, but Edward Snowden doesn’t have kind words for it.