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Chat by Google is the new messaging system unite Android’s different messaging services and compete with Facebook’s WhatsApp and Apple’s iMessage. This app will enable Android users with a built-in messaging app that use rich communication services (RCS) technology, it will operate on the data network instead of mobile signal.
The upsurge in mobile messaging apps posed a threat to the domain of email. Google’s introduced Accelerated Mobile Pages to emails which is a significant step towards equipping email users with the amazingly fast rendering of mobile web pages. Google consider email as a reliable platform for people who are interested in information about travel, events, latest news, e-commerce and much more. AMP integration into the email will ensure information remains dynamic and updated for rich user experience.
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Android P developer preview released by Google is a window into exciting features intended to enrich the user experience. Google mentioned the motive of release as a step to collect feedback from developers community which will be beneficial to evolve the upcoming Android version to match user requirements.
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Google Pay in a new mobile wallet introduced recently by Google. It is launched with a motive to make online payments smoother than before by becoming a one-stop solution to pay online. A user can avail the service once they add credit or debit card issued by their bank into the app.
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Google has announced a hyperlocal news app Bulletin that enables anyone to submit news that matter to the local community more than any other audience in other corners of the globe. This app is a platform for knowing the local events like what is going on in nearby restaurants, hospitals, change in opening or closure timings of a local store or an update about popular shopping avenue. At present this app is in beta phase and launched for two cities Nashville and Oakland.