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How to indent list items in Google Keep

Tabbed lists are live in Google Keep here’s how to use them.

Google Keep is part to-do app, part note-keeping app, part inspiration board, and all awesome. While there may be more powerful productivity services out there like Evernote, Google Keep is easy to use, available on just about every platform you work on — and built right into the recent Gmail redesign — and it is free. Google Keep’s lists have long been my go-to for  [Read More…]

Project Fi wish list: 3 things that would make me switch

With a few small changes, Project Fi could become unstoppable.

When Google launched Project Fi in April 2015, I signed up for the service as fast as I possibly could. I ordered the starter kit for my Nexus 6 and loved the added benefits, but ultimately went back to my previous service provider after the first month.

Project Fi gets a lot of things right. Its mobile app is wonderfully designed and easy to use, the billing  [Read More…]

Pixel Watch wish list: What we want to see from Google’s first smartwatch

A sleek design, new processor, GPS, oh my!

This October, we’re anticipating that Google will follow its footsteps of the past two years with an event to announce its latest and greatest hardware products. We’ve seen Pixel phones, Home speakers, wireless earbuds and more, and this time around, we’re expecting the company to finally dive into the world of smartwatches.

A rumor popped up in early May suggesting that Google will announce a Pixel Watch alongside the  [Read More…]

Google Tasks review: To-do list app accomplishes only the bare minimum

On top of launching a new interface for Gmail, Google also introduce a new to-do list app called ask. You can downloaded right now on your Android.

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Tasks is Google’s attempt at a standalone to-do list app

In addition to releasing an update to the Gmail interface, Google has pushed an update to its Tasks application. Here’s a look at what it can, and can’t do.

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GTasks offers simple to-do list, but is it too bare-bones? (review)

Life can be a whirlwind. Tech sometimes gets vilified for being a distraction, but GTasks provides a serene utility to list your day-to-day activities – possibly at the risk of alienating more advanced users.

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Here’s the list of Xiaomi phones that will receive the MIUI 9.5 update

Over 30 Xiaomi phones will receive the MIUI 9.5 update.

Xiaomi has started rolling out the MIUI 9.5 update, bringing a host of new features and system-wide optimizations along with bug fixes. The OTA update will be making its way to over 30 Xiaomi devices over the course of the next month, including the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, Mi Mix 2, Redmi Y1, and more.

Xiaomi has shared a broad timeline for when  [Read More…]

Pixel 3 wish list: What we want to see from Google’s 2018 flagship

The Pixel 2 is already the best Android phone you can buy, but it can always be better. Here are the things I would like to see in the Pixel 3.

I’ve had my Pixel 2 XL since a week after release, and while a small number of early units had some issues, most owners have reported being happy with their device. I didn’t encounter any of the hardware issues that other early owners experienced, and I’ve been enjoying  [Read More…]

Here’s the complete list of real-world Ingress events for the next year

Yes, people still play Ingress. A lot of people. Can we move on now? Good.

It may be the oldest of the Niantic games, but Ingress still draws in massive crowds all over the world to participate in its events. This vibrant community of strategists work together just as well side by side as they do across oceans to complete tasks in the game and win the war for their side. With the launch of Ingress Prime, the  [Read More…]

The complete list of Motorola Moto Mods you can buy right now

When Lenovo launched the Moto Z flagship in 2016, it also introduced Moto Mods – modular accessories that magnetically attach to the back of the phone to add extra functionality. A few of them were available initially, but since then quite a few Moto Mods have made their way to the market. And there are […]