I’ve been using the Google Pixel for a few months now, and while I do love it, it requires a couple of tweaks to make it perfect. I’ve learned a couple of tips and tricks that I want to share with you. Bear in mind these tips are written specifically for the Pixel but most will work with other Android phones too (I’m sorry Apple and Windows Phone users, but I don’t have any tips for you as of yet). Continue reading Ultra Power Saver and more… Tips for the Google Pixel and other Android Phones
I’ve been playing around with the Google Home for a little while now, getting to know its capabilities and downfalls. Having been a massive Google user for a long time, I just knew I had to try one of these new smart speakers out.
This is Google’s first smart speaker device and was the second well-known smart speaker on the market, following Amazon’s Alexa. Of course, Apple is now entering the market with the new HomePod, meaning die-hard Apple fans will be turning away from the Android-favouring Google Home. Continue reading Is the Google Home just an unwanted guest?
So, Google recently released their newest innovation – the Pixel. The Pixel is the first smartphone designed by Google in-house, unlike the Nexus range which has more designing companies than I have had smartphones in my lifetime.
I will freely admit that I was uncertain whether or not I wanted to buy the Pixel when it came around to getting a new phone. Having always been an Apple user, you could say that the idea of having to use an Android phone wasn’t particularly enticing. Continue reading Google’s Pixel – A New Player or Just a Speck of Colour?