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Google has announced that some 700,000 apps were removed from the Play Store in 2017 as it continues to crack down on bad apps that could harm your phone.
Google has started to roll out the long-awaited web interface for its Allo messaging app, but it still requires a phone to work.
Google's Tango is still a new platform, so there aren't that many apps (or phones) for it just yet, but our five favorites show the potential of augmented reality.
Google has officially killed off the Google Now name, replacing it with a smarter, more personalized feed that aims to deliver only the most relevant information to your phone.
From apps and data, to calendar and contacts, to photos, mail, and more, here's a quick and painless guide to backing up and moving all your stuff to a new Android phone.
Google is highlighting the best Android apps with a new designation called Android Excellence, which will place the apps prominently in the Play Store.
The Google-powered tool can pull up messages, emails, calls, and other details more rapidly than just fumbling through your phone's apps.
Google plans to remove obtrusive and aggressive ads from Chrome with a new ad-blocking feature starting next year.
Gmail remains the productivity king, and there are plenty of tools offered to you on Android for bringing that unruly inbox under control.
Family members are now able to set up a group that will make it easy to share appointments and lists with just a tap through Keep, Calendar, and Photos.
Gmail and Inbox are both excellent free clients. But which is the best one for your email needs?
A teardown of the most recent Allo APK reveals that Google is readying integration with Duo and Assistant as it continues to improve the messaging app.
A change to the Maps direction screen adds Street View images alongside route directions to show a real-world look at where you need to turn.
The latest update to Google's Allo messaging app lets you create stickers in your likeness and send them to your friends. Here's how to do it.
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