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Google Maps for iOS Adds a Today Widget for Navigation & an iMessage App

GAget 2.0 for macOS

GAget 2.0 Introduces Multiple Account Support, a Real-Time Widget and Alerts

I have been a fan of GAget ever since its debut back in 2011 in the form of an OS X Dashboard Widget. It did a fantastic job of removing the complexity from Google Analytics — the company’s free web analytics service and presented only the relevant date to you. In early 2015, GAget returned to the Mac, this time in the form of a Today widget for the Notification Center, so all your analytics data was readily available with...

Google Calendar Adds Apple Health Integration for your Goals

Ever since Google launched the Google Calendar app for iOS back in 2015, the company has continued to steadily add some great new features and improvements to the app. The illustrations in the app for various types of events look splendid and my favorite feature of the app has been its ability to intelligently reschedule your goals, wherein the app automatically finds the best time for your goals based on your schedule for the day. Today, Google has released v1.6.7...

Google Announces Material Design Awards 2016

Google has today announced the 2016 winners of the company’s prestigious Material Design Awards. Introduced last year, the Material Design Awards honor the efforts taken by app developers in embracing and embodying the Material Design principles. Announcing this year’s winners on the Google Design blog, Rich Fulcher, the Lead UX Designer @ Google, writes: A design system only comes to life when it’s used to create meaningful experiences. Last year, Google introduced the Material Design Awards to recognize best-in-class achievements...

Google Releases Duo — A Simple Video Calling App for iOS and Android

Back in May this year, Google announced two new apps for messaging and video calling — Allo and Duo. Today, the search giant has released Google Duo into the wild, both for Android and iOS. Google Duo is a pretty simple and straightforward video calling app. It works with your phone number and doesn’t require a Google account. I love the simple interface with just a giant ‘Video Call’ button at the bottom, along with avatars of people you can...