Google's Updated Privacy Policy

Google has recently changed its privacy policy and there's a page that shows the differences. It's not clear if there are actual changes or the updated privacy policy only clarifies some existing features. The new privacy policy states that information like your name, email address, phone number or credit card could be stored with your …Read More

Undo Send Graduates From Gmail Labs

After spending 6 years in Gmail Labs, “undo send” is now a regular Gmail feature. You can find it in the settings, bellow “send and archive”. The feature is disabled by default, but it's enabled if you've already used the Gmail Labs feature. So what's so great about “undo send”? Gmail doesn't send email immediately …Read More

Add Google Drive Files to Google Calendar Events

The latest version of the Google Calendar app for iOS brings a few useful features, catching up with the Android app. You can now add Google Drive files to calendar events in the iOS app, as well as the desktop Google Calendar site. This feature was already available in the Android app since February and …Read More

Picasa Web Albums, Back to the Future

Picasa Web Albums is fully functional again. The site no longer redirects to Google+ Photos and the search feature works, at least for personal photos and videos. The search feature was removed in 2013. I thought that Google will discontinue the service and replace it with Google Photos, since Google+ is no longer required. For …Read More

Google+: Then and Now

Here are 2 screenshots that show the importance of Google+ today and a few years ago. Back in 2013, Google changed the navigation bar and added an app launcher: the first shortcut was for Google+. Google has recently tweaked the app launcher. The first shortcut is now for “My Account”, followed by Search, Maps, YouTube, …Read More