Google New Messenger App ALLO

  THE GOOD Google Allo is available on both Android and iOS, and features a digital Assistant that fetches information for you in a conversational way. Its Incognito Mode erases conversations and has end-to-end encryption. THE BAD Allo doesn’t integrate video calling, and it doesn’t have as many features as its competitors, like baked-in GIF support or control over read receipts. Does the world needs another instant messaging application, Google said yes! It seems that for Google creators were not enough

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Waze Navigation App

    Waze is one of the most popular apps for not only helping you to get to your destination, but also bypass any potential hazards on the way is Waze. This app was first launched in 2009 and it’s been growing in popularity ever since. It turns driving into more than just a daily commute – it can actually make driving a fun social experience. This is a free app and it’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod

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UberEats

 Have you tried using uberEats? I think it’s a really good service, because it gives you the opportunity to buy food from places that don’t usually have home delivery. The first time I used it, it took almost an hour for the food to arrive because the driver was lost and couldn’t figure out how to get where we were.. (I honestly thought he was somewhere eating my food and was prepared to complain). But half an hour later I

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Google Play Music

 When it comes to music streaming services, there’s quite a variety of options to pick from. While Spotify may be the most popular of them all –offering support for not only android and iOS, but also windows phone, ps3/ps4, blackberry and a web player–, you should really give Google Play Music a chance. It is actually pretty good. Despite what you might hear about cultural and acoustic analysis at Spotify and the Music Genome Project at Pandora, I’ve heard that

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Whatsapp Web

 Have you tried using whatsapp’s web version? If you are a whatsapp user and you haven’t yet, I strongly suggest you to do it. It’s really simple to set up, you only need to scan the QR code that appears on the website using you phone, clicking on the “whatsapp web” option on the app menu. What it does is that it simply allows you to read and send whatsapp messages while on your pc or laptop. You can activate desktop

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Uber Pool

 Wanted to share my experience with UberPool so you decide if using it or not As passenger Use it if you don’t have a strict ETA to somewhere, because on your route you might get detoured to pick and drop other passengers. Use it if you use Uber a lot and you want to save some money. Use it if your trips are short and in places Uber is not used a lot, most of the time you won’t pool

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