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The geeks at Google have been very busy of late. The company has publicly rolled out Helpouts Google Publicly Launches Helpouts For Real Time Expert Help Via Hangouts Google Publicly Launches Helpouts For Real Time Expert Help Via Hangouts Google Helpouts is an instructional service that will connect people who need help on any topic with experts. The live one-on-one sessions over Hangouts video chat come completely personalized. Join in. Read More and Ingress Google's AR Game Ingress Now Open To All & Will Drop Beta Tag Soon Google's AR Game Ingress Now Open To All & Will Drop Beta Tag Soon Google launched Ingress, its augmented reality video game, exclusively on Android a year ago, and players needed an invitation code to get the app. It's now available to all. Read More , and given vanity URLs for Google+ You Can Now Finally Get a Vanity URL For Your Google Plus Account - If You're Eligible You Can Now Finally Get a Vanity URL For Your Google Plus Account - If You're Eligible Finally, Google+ users can get a vanity URL for their profile. Google Plus has been around since 2011, but you haven't been able to get a proper vanity URL for your profile until now. Read More users. But there’s no rest for the engineers, it seems, as there have been a bunch of new updates all around.

KitKat Keyboard 2.0 & Text-To-Speech Come To Play Store

If your Android device hasn’t yet been upgraded to the new v4.4 KitKat It's Official: Nexus 5 And Android 4.4 KitKat Are Here It's Official: Nexus 5 And Android 4.4 KitKat Are Here The Nexus 5 is now on sale in the Google Play Store and it's running the brand new Android 4.4 KitKat, which will also be rolling out to other devices "in the coming weeks." Read More , there are still a few ways to get some of its cool features. Keyboard 2.0 has hit the Play Store, bringing some significant new features, including the ability to trace letters like in some of the best Android apps, Swype and SwiftKey Flow. Google has also introduced its Text-To-Speech app as a free download on the Play Store, which can read aloud books and speak translations, among other things. This app could be particularly useful on devices that come with a bad text-to-speech utility built in, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, according to Android Police. Head to the Play Store for free downloads of Keyboard 2.0 and Text-To-Speech.

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Chrome Blocks Manual Extension Installs On Windows

Google is taking malware seriously. It will be introducing smart malware blocking Google Chrome Introduces Smart Malware Blocking & Factory Reset Google Chrome Introduces Smart Malware Blocking & Factory Reset The safety of your computer is an increasing worry with miscreants resorting to smarter malware every day. Google Chrome is trying to cut this at this at the source: your downloads. Read More in upcoming versions of Chrome, and now the company has said that it will not allow users to manually install third-party extensions in the browser. Come January, on the Windows stable and beta channels, all extensions will need to be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store.

Multiple Sign-In For Google Drive On iOS

Finally, the Google Drive app for iOS has been updated with a few new features. The biggest change is that you can now use multiple accounts on Google Drive, switching between them seamlessly without signing out. Additionally, Google Drive now has new options to print any file with Google Cloud Print or AirPrint. You can grab the new Google Drive from the App Store.

Source: Droid-Life, Android Police, Chromium blog, Google+

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  1. Anna V Salan
    November 12, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    It's great to have the text to speech app, but the google voices are not as good as others in the market. I still like the iSpeech voices better.

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