Google isn’t just the best search provider over the internet, it’s turning up to be the most protective one as well. Google is currently trying to provide users all over the world a secure portal for browsing the internet by identifying malicious websites daily. According to Google is wants to update its security by providing its users notifications and warnings about the websites they’re about to visit and proclaim if they have any malicious content in it.
Hey guys check out this cool easter egg, on our favourite search engine by typing Zerg Rush into search box. Give it a try and get ready to be amazed.
Now weeks after Google+ was launched, you might have probably reached here searching on ways to share and spread link to your Google+ profile so that more and more people add you to their circle. As you might have noticed by now, Google+ sharing is more like that in titter than that compared to Facebook . Here, sharing is no mutual, a person can simple see your public posts as soon as he/she adds you to one of his circles(or he follows you).
With this post we bring to you an excellent new Chrome extension that will help you browse the world more easily. However keyboard shortcuts make your tasks much easier but mouse gestures simplifies then ever better. This extension enables “Mouse Gestures” and then you can simply browse through your stuff without even having to lift your hand. All thanks to Smooth Gestures. Smooth Gestures heightens your chrome experience.
For those of you who are in love in the Google+ project, here is a good news, Google+ pages have finally arrived. This means that now, you can find your favourite brands, artists, stores and much more on Google+. Clearly, this is Google’s answer to facebook pages, big brands trying to get maximum likes on their respective pages. Now when Google+ has over 40 million signups, it is a very wise decision to let the brands in.
The last few weeks have seen Google+ taking millions of eyes around the globe. The new networking website, rolled out by Google last month has witnessed the fastest ever user base with more than 10million people joining right in the test phase overloading Google+’s load capacity. Last week the Google+ project launched the Games section for its users. The games section can be accessed by clicking the new Games icon on top of your stream (as highlighted in the image below).
If Google Calendar has become your favourite place to mark all important events and you rely on those alerts to plan your day to day activities, then you might wish to automate the task of adding another very important events, that is your facebook and twitter events to the Google Calendar. Here is exactly a web service that will make this easy for you. With feedCal, all you need to do is, authorize the service with your Google account and the with your facebook account.
For all those music lovers and artists, Google has launched its own Music blog, Magnifier. Launched just a few weeks ago, Magnifier is still in a public beta stage. The blog is manually edited where you can view new artists and tracks every day and add them to your “Google” Music Library. Yes, you read it right, Magnifier is the first look of Google soon to come Music service.
Google has introduced an awesome new extension for the Chrome Web browser, that will take your internet experience way ahead. Going with its name, the extension extracts all major stuff from the webpage and quickly runs a search query. All the related content is displayed below on a thin bar. As you might probably get from the image above, when you surf with Google related enabled, a thin bar appears at the bottom of your screen.
Hope most of you have got your invites and are enjoying Google’s latest shot, the social site, Google Plus. While there’s still time for Google to officially introduce something like Facebook usernames so that you can share your profile link with your friends, associates, or on your websites, we are here with an unofficial that lets you create a nickname or a short url for your Google+ profile.