Google replaced blobmoji as the standard emoji in Android last year with Android 8.0 Oreo. Now, however, it’s finally bringing it back — sort of. Users can download blobmoji as sticker packs in Google’s Gboard.
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Even with all of the tools at our disposal, it can be difficult to keep track of all the tasks we need to complete, people we need to meet, emails we need to send, and places we need to be on any given day. What we need is a mobile hub where we can see our entire day at a glance, and that’s exactly what Google is adding to Google Assistant this week. If you struggle to manage your daily workload, you’re going to want to check this out.
On Tuesday, Google announced a new feature for the Google Assistant app called visual snapshot, which “provides curated, helpful information based on the time of day, location, and your recent interactions with the Assistant, [...]
Just because you searched for it once doesn’t mean it has to live on forever.
We all search for plenty of wacky and one-time things in Google Maps, and despite what Google thinks we don’t always want that sitting in our history forever. There are also plenty of times when we navigate somewhere that we’ll never go back to, and there’s no reason to have it saved in the app’s history. And of course sometimes we just enter the wrong address — we don’t need that coming back up later as a suggested destination.
You’re working at your desk or leisurely browsing from your computer at home, you forget you have a meeting or event soon and that you should leave to make it on time. Your phone may or may not notify you that it’s time to leave, and if it does, you likely miss it. Next thing you know, you’re rushing out and reaching your destination late, or you get a very angry call from the person you were supposed to meet. Read More
Tip: Google Maps on the web tells you when it’s time to leave for your appointments was written by the awesome team at Android Police.