Showing posts with label About Google. Show all posts
Showing posts with label About Google. Show all posts

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Google Photo's - Tips and Tricks you must Know if you are love Travelling

If you love travelling and capture the world in your camera but you have lots of photo collection on that time you just bored from Managing all Photo's Day wise and Places wise. so, here is the solution from the Google Photo's. You can sync your Photo's from Mobile and also From the Web. Today I am going to share with you all the Tips and Tricks which you love and also share with your Traveler Friends to keep your photo sync and managed with all future date, time and place.
Google Photo's - Tips and Tricks you must Know if you are love Travelling

  1. Search for People, Places, and Objects
  2. Group Similar Faces Together and Label Them
  3. Delete Photos After Uploading Them
  4. Back Up Photos From Other Apps
  5. Pinch to Change View
  6. Select Multiple Photos With a Single Tap
  7. Undelete Photos
  8. Upload Faster with the Desktop Client
  9. Show Photos on a TV with a Chromecast
  10. Download All Your Photos at Once
  11. Make Google Drive and Photos Work Together
  12. Send Images and Videos to Gmail and YouTube
  13. Share Photos and Videos with Anyone
  14. Hide Where Photos or Videos Were Taken
  15. Use Google Photos While You’re Offline
  16. Make Stories, Animations, and Beautiful Collages From Your Photos
  17. Edit Photos On-the-Go 

If you know something more then please share with in below comment box we loved to hear from you. 

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Google Chrome comes to Cuba

Havana - Google Chrome has finally touched down in Cuba. In a Google+ post Wednesday, Google blames American export controls and sanctions that may prohibit the access of certain tools in Cuba.

"U.S. export controls and sanctions can sometimes limit the products available in certain countries. As these trade restrictions evolve we’ve been working to figure out how to make more tools available in sanctioned countries," the company said in a post.

Although many may have found ways to download Chrome through other channels, the browser is now available across all platforms, such as Mac OS X, Android, Windows and iOS.

According to The Verge, this announcement comes just a couple of months after Google CEO Eric Schmidt and a group of web activists visited Cuba in June, campaigning for "open and free Internet.”

The Cuban government has been trying to make Cuba more Internet accessible by opening more than a hundred Internet cafes and offering DSL service to residents. However, that does not mean that Cubans have easy access to the Internet. Only 3% of Cubans use the Internet, making the country one of the least connected places in the world.

In the past few years, Google has also pushed for Chrome access to Syria, Iran, Myanmar and North Korea.