Google has acquired iOS videographer Flylabs. It could mean an overhaul of Google’s Photos app which means improvement on the video editing capability of Photos. Fly Labs is making their iOS app available for free which include Clips, Tempo, Fly, and Crop. It’s available for the next three months.
I got a chuckle reading an article from Lifehacker entitled “Google Sucks At Naming Stuff.” It talks about all the uninspiring choices that Google has made over the course of several years in naming its own products. From Google Play, Google Now, Google Drive, Google Hangouts, Google+, and worst of all, YouTube Red. The latter is just way too close to a website called RedTube. Funny stuff. Read more.
Google is coming out with a new version of Chromecast later this month. This is at the heels from an announcement Apple when it released the latest version of the Apple TV a few weeks ago. Chromecast is also competing with Amazon and Roku in the media streaming space. Details of the newer Chromecast have been sketchy, but rumors have been swirling around that the newer versions can connect to the faster wireless signals, namely 802.11ac.
I just sent an email to email@example.com for an invitation to newly minted Google Inbox. I really would like to write a review of it. We’ll see how soon will I get it. I heard it’s hard to get by. Google is touting Inbox as a trend that will change email forever. It’s a way of organizing and prioritizing with important and relevant email. I would love to get my hands on it.