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New features for designers, meanwhile, promises better image handling
A new navigation summary card details the route and alerts you to any delays along your journey.
You can now sign up to test the new trio of Office apps on most Android devices running KitKat or above.
The new look makes the tabs and spacing more finger-friendly so you're less likely to hit the wrong item.
Google wants developers to submit their family-friendly apps to the Play Store by May 28, a day before I/O opens, hinting at a major launch announcement tied to the show.
The new mobile payments service is designed to work anywhere that accepts debit and credit cards.
All the apps help you organize and match pieces better. The most comprehensive one even tracks frequency of use and trips to the cleaners.
There are hints that vacation responders and Gmail's unsubscribe feature might be coming soon.
Drive and Sheets also get bug fixes, rounding out a batch of updates to Google's productivity suite.
Move over, Instagram. You can now shoot smooth, accelerated videos with your Windows or Android phone.
It also adds some interface tweaks to make it easier to quickly glance at your key health statistics.
The update impacts Lollipop devices, which now get updates to the Chrome tool through the Play Store.
This puts Hangouts a couple of steps behind rival platforms like iMessage, which offers more vigorous security.