Teleparty makes watching a movie or show with all of your friends at the same time possible — even while you're all miles apart and staying safe at home with the coronavirus cases at their highest numbers yet.
Google Photos is one of the best free services on the internet, allowing you to backup all of your photos and videos for free. But you can still run into local storage issues if you're not deleting your photos from your phone after you back them up.
Alright! You’re logged into your new phone, Google Play is installing all your favorite apps and you’ve got your contacts and text messages synced over from your old phone. Time to really make your phone yours.
You’ve finally pulled the trigger and decided to buy a Fitbit. Congrats! Whether you need help downloading the app, creating an account, or pairing it to your phone, we have tips/tricks to help you out.
If you're going to sell your Chromebook, give it to someone, or just want to switch the primary account, you'll want to reset it and wipe away all your user settings and data. Much like your Android, this is pretty easy and doesn't need any fancy developer tools. Just power wash it.
Google's smart speakers are a fantastic way to operate your smart lights. They're also extremely simple to set up with your Philips Hue bulbs — a few moments of account syncing can make your smart home a whole lot smarter.
Google's Smart Lock feature is smarter than you may think — it also works across devices and will unlock your Chromebook in a matter of seconds. Here's how to set it up, and chances are it'll take you 30 seconds or less.
Google Play has a lot of fun things to spend money on, but if you're not keen on giving them your credit card, or don't have a credit card to give them, you'll need a way to get your money into your Google Play account. Enter Google Play gift cards.