New Chrome Apps For Mac Now Available Along With Chrome App Launcher


Google has just announced that it is bringing Chrome Apps to the Mac! The Search Engine giant actually started beta testing these apps in May and released them officially for Windows and Chromebook users in September. These Chrome Apps act like native apps, allow for working offline, update automatically and sync to any computer where […]

Search Google Hands-Free With This New Chrome Extension

Google Voice Search Hotword

Everyone’s favourite browser Google Chrome has just been given a brand new extension that will bring the Moto X’s brilliant hands-free voice control feature to your desktop. The extension is called Google Voice Search Hotword and it allows users to simply say “OK, Google” to instruct the browser to do just about anything. This includes setting timers, […]

Chrome, Safari, Firefox, And More… What Browser Suits Your Needs?


We all know of the basic internet browsers, Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Opera, but do you know what features are hiding under the hood of your browser? In this article we will talk about what features each browser has to offer and why we like them. First up we have Google Chrome. Chrome […]

Google Hosting July 24th Event With Its Android And Chrome Head Sundar Pichai


Google has just sent off invitations to the press for an event labeled “Please join us for breakfast with Sundar Pichai (Google’s Android / Chrome head)” scheduled on July 24th. The Search Engine Giant hasn’t yet revealed what it plans to discuss at the event, but there is a few of theories floating around. The first […]

App Updates: Google Chrome, Google Drive And WordPress For iOS


Google has released a new versions of Google Chrome and Google Drive for iOS with plenty of new features. The WordPress app for iOS has also received an update that brings a brand new user experience and other notable features. The search engine giant had previously stated in a post that improved conversational style voice search would […]

Google Chrome For iOS To Get Voice Search Soon

Chrome for iOS - Voice-Search

Just yesterday, Google released a new version of Chrome for desktop that brought Google Now like voice search to the browser. It works on any computer that has a microphone and it works great. You can ask your browser the weather, score, look for images, research, find directions etc. using voice. In a new post, Google states […]

Google Now Has Come Integrated In The Latest Version Of Chrome

Google Now is no longer limited to your smartphone

In the beginning of May we reported that Google Now would likely be coming to Google Chrome in the coming weeks and sure enough Google ended up announcing it at Google I/O 2013. Google implementing Google Now into Chrome makes a lot of sense. They are unifying the voice search experience across smartphones, tablets and […]

Could Google Be Bringing Google Now To Chrome For Mac OS X?


Fans of Google Now rejoice! Thanks to a brief log description of a now closed Chrome issue, “[Mac][MC] Implement notification updates and relayouts.” We have evidence of planned enhancements for the Chrome notification centre on Mac OS X. This was first spotted by a Google Plus user by the name of François Beaufort who stated “Mac users […]

App Updates: Rdio, Tumblr, Chrome And Angry Birds Rio For iOS


iOS apps Rdio, Tumblr and Angry Birds Rio have received new updates bringing some extra features. Rdio is a good music streaming app for iOS and the new update adds some much needed UI improvements. Popular blogging service Tumblr has also released a new update for its iOS app bringing a new camera and other improvements. […]

How To: Fix The Google Chrome For iOS Bug That Causes The App To Crash On Jailbroken Devices


Recently we shared with you a new update for Google Chrome that brought about new gestures, the ability to share links via the stock iOS Messages app and much more. Something else this update  brought about unfortunately, was Jailbreak detection. It is a good thing that Google is taking security seriously, but according to Saurik the problem […]