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Changes to the Google sign-in interface coming soon

Google Blog – 11.19.18 (11.15.18)

Starting November 27th, 2018, we’ll make some small changes to the appearance of the Google sign-in page. These follow changes made earlier this year, which updated the sign-in page to match the Material Design principles used in other Google products.

Read more: Changes to the Google sign-in interface coming soon

Project Fi’s enhanced network brings faster, more secure connections

Google Blog – 11.15.18 (11.13.18)

Since we started Project Fi, we’ve worked to bring you the best connection—no matter where you are. Our network seamlessly switches between three 4G LTE networks, and gives you free access to 2 million Wi-Fi hotspots that are secured with Project Fi’s virtual private network (VPN) technology.

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The quest for friction-free products: World Usability Day

Google Blog – 11.13.18 (11.10.18)

World Usability Day is a one-day, global celebration that brings together design professionals, developers and product creators to humanize products and advocate for making them easier to use. This year, Google is celebrating with an extra emphasis on Digital Wellbeing.

Read more: The quest for friction-free products: World Usability Day

Files by Google: the file management app for every Android user

Google Blog – 11.9.18 (11.8.18)

Last December, Google launched Files Go: an app to free up space on mobile phones, find files faster and share them with others easily and quickly—even without an internet connection. Files Go was built to solve file and storage management problems for the next generation of smartphone users in countries such as India, Brazil and Nigeria. It helped people make the most of limited phone storage, enjoy their favorite videos and music, and send apps to each other at blazing speeds without using mobile data.

Read more: Files by Google: the file management app for every Android user

Google Play: Change the Game Design Challenge

Google YouTube Channel – 11.8.18

 

Change The Game is Google Play’s program to empower women in the gaming industry. Earlier this year, we challenged teens to submit their mobile game ideas for our first ever Change The Game Design Challenge. We selected five finalists and brought the games to life. Today, we’re thrilled to release these games and the stories behind them.

Source: Google Play: Change the Game Design Challenge 

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