Tag Archive: Layout

Google Meet now offers Zoom-like grid layout for video calls

The new grid layout lets you view up to 16 participants on your screen at once.

What you need to know Google is rolling out four new Meet features to customers globally. Meet now offers an expanded tiled layout, similar to Zoom. Google Meet has also gained “present a Chrome tab,” low-light mode, and noise cancellation features.

Last week, Google added a couple of new features to Meet, including Gmail integration. The company has now announced that  [Read More…]

Gmail integration and a grid layout are rolling out to Google Meet soon

The Gmail integration is rolling out today, while the new layout will go live sometime this month.

What you need to know Google Meet is getting a couple of new features. Starting today, you can join a Meet video call right from Gmail. Later in the month, the platform will roll out a 16-person grid layout for video calls that’s quite similar to Zoom.

As more people work online, demand for enterprise communication and videoconferencing apps has  [Read More…]

Galaxy S11 hands-on images give us a blurry look at the new camera layout

The Galaxy S11 will have a total of five camera sensors at the back.

What you need to know Alleged hands-on images of the Samsung Galaxy S11 have surfaced online. The images show Samsung’s next flagship phone inside a ‘leakproof case’, so all we get to see is the new camera layout. Samsung Galaxy S11’s L-shaped camera setup on the back of the will include an all-new 108MP primary sensor.

Popular industry insider Ice Universe has shared  [Read More…]

Best leak yet of Pixel 2 XL’s front shows front-facing speakers, new launcher layout

Well this is a nice development.

Up until this point, we’ve been speculating about what the upcoming Google Pixel 2 XL‘s front looked like based on bits of information. Now, we have what looks like a solid leak showing off the entire front of the phone, courtesy of @evleaks.

…and without a case pic.twitter.com/4QrvyM9Hro

— Evan Blass (@evleaks) October 2, 2017

There are two intriguing aspects of this leak. First is the serious similarity in design  [Read More…]

Big Google Keyboard update brings one-handed mode, layout tweaks and more!

A pretty major update is now rolling out for the Google Keyboard, bringing a load of new tweaks and features, including one-handed mode. And it’s that addition of one-handed mode that is probably the biggest change, allowing you to easily adjust the keyboard for left- or right-handed use in the keyboard’s settings.

Also new in this update is the ability to customize the keyboard height. Thanks to a new option in the settings menu,  [Read More…]

AC editors’ apps of the week: TimmyMe, Instagram Layout, Kolorette

Our weekly app picks

It’s Appday Sunday and that means we’re back with more of our favorites to share. Every week we bring a handful of great apps to the table and share them with everyone. Sometimes they are new apps, sometimes old standards, but every time they are apps we love to use.

Give these a look and then take a minute to tell us all about the apps you are using and love so we  [Read More…]

Pebble Time update lets you take action on calendar events, brings streamlined layout to the app

Pebble has pushed an update to the Pebble Time for Android users, bringing some new features and functionality. The update, which bumps it up to version 3.4, fixes the issue some users experienced of not being notified of incoming calls, as well as adding some new functionality, and changing the layout.

Instagram’s Layout collaging app is coming to Android today

Layout, an app for Instagram that makes it easy to build an image collage, is coming today to Android.

First launched for iPhone back in March, Layout is a relatively straightforward app: select the images you want to include, pick a grid, make a few tweaks, and then save it and sent it out to Instagram or the social service of your choice.

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How to change the LG G3’s task-switching layout

Here’s a quick, useful tip for anyone who’s just picked up a shiny new LG G3 — it’s actually possible to change the way recent applications are displayed in the task-switching menu. Most Android phones give you a single layout for your recent apps, but the G3’s task-switcher has three different views to choose from, and it’s easy to miss this option if you don’t know how to use it.

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You can now customize the Google Bar layout on Google pages

Google finally transitioned from the solid black bar at the top of all of its sites to using more of an “app launcher” style approach, and just like on your Android you can now organize the Google Bar to your liking. What used to require a third-party extension is now easily done natively by simply clicking and dragging the icons in the app launcher to whatever view you’d like.

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