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Google Go
A fast, easy, fun way to search

Google Go makes discovering, exploring, and sharing the best of the web easy and fast. Get answers quickly and reliably with Google Go, even on slow connections and smartphones with low space. At 5MB in size, it’s speedy to download and get started.

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Austin Sandmeyer
I'd recommend PhotoScan too... Will take you time but you have no worries around losing them along the way.
Product Pearson
Really good app. Scans well and doesn't have the flash/glare issue that other apps seems to due to an algorithm that removes it. It's clever, but takes time if you have lots and lots of photos.
Anshuman Chadda
DIY way to digitize old photos. I would recommend you use a really HQ camera and spend a couple of hours getting these photos digitized. Google Photos is Legit if you haven't realized yet. For individual photos, I would recommend using one off services like Upwork or Fiverr.
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Gboard a new keyboard from Google for your iPhone. It has all the things you would expect from a great keyboard — GIFs, emojis, and Glide Typing — plus Google Search built in.

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Srikkant Srinivasan
Because it is just so cool and easy to use. Among the first apps I download.
Anne-Laure Le Cunff
Definitely the best keyboard for Android.
Vinit Agrawal
Google' Gboard. You will rarely go wrong with Google.
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Engadget
For the uninitiated, Gboard puts Search right in the keyboard. And, it also adds GIFs, emoji-centric tools (including type and scrawl to search), and glide and voice typing to the mix -- which may make you kick your other keyboards to the curb. With the latest update, Gboard now boasts 120 languages in total.
Engadget
Simply fire up the Make-a-GIF button and record a Loop, which is a three-second Boomerang-like format. Or a Fast-Forward that lets you record up to a minute of footage and spits out a sped-up GIF. While we can confirm the button's new placement on iOS, as you can see below, we don't see it on Android yet.
The Verge
Gboard, Google's iOS and Android keyboard app, has quietly updated its design by moving its GIF-making button up next to the word suggestion bar. The GIF-making feature has been around since last September, but it was hidden behind the emoji button on the bottom.
The Verge
There are already hundreds of emoji available to cover every emotion from yawning to being a straight-up drunk weirdo. Now, Google is offering a few more options, with a selection of stickers that combine two existing emoji to create one with a much more specific vibe. Google is calling the feature its "Emoji Kitchen."
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Google Calendar is rolling out a new look for users. Click here to enable it on your person Google accounts (look for the "Use New Google Calendar" button on the top right). For company accounts, ask your admin to enable it✨

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Jean Lucas
Seriously, I prefer one less app to use than adding layers of complexity. Google Calendar does it all to me. You can even set "working hours"
Ureeda Asim
I use it all the time to set meetings when it comes to communicating with my team. It's super easy, quick and simple. Plus, after finalizing the details, you can send personal meeting invites (as emails) to the participants of the meeting. They have the option to accept or reject the invite and even mark it a 'maybe', depending on their availability. The b… See more
Édouard Jamin
Google Calendar has a very useful "Suggested times" feature to find the best time to schedule a meeting, when the calendar of your coworkers are free. Easy and universal.
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TechCrunch
After a few years of sticking with essentially the same design, Google Calendar on the web is getting a makeover today. That means a fresh new color palette and a design in line with Google's Material Design scheme, but also - and more importantly - a responsive layout that smartly adjusts your calendar to the size of your browser window.
The Verge
Google launched a redesigned version of Google Calendar on the web today. The calendar looks way more modern with larger date icons, updated colors, and cleaner event boxes. It basically looks more like the mobile application. As for functionality, Google focuses on improvements for business users.
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