Google is always trying to comes with a new thing which always helps our life somehow much easier. This year google chromes with new amazing apps which are really good for our daily use. Earlier we covered Don’t Leave Home Without These Google Travel Apps.
Amazing New Google Apps You Must Try
1. Files Go
This brilliant Android app frees up space on your phone or tablet by detecting and deleting junk; makes it easier to find and share files, and lets you back up important items to Google Drive.
Files Go is a new storage manager that helps you free up space on your phone, find files faster, and share them easily offline with others.
FREE UP MORE SPACE
In just a few taps, you can free up space more quickly and easily than ever: Delete old photos and memes from chat apps, remove duplicate files, erase unused apps, clear your cache and more. If you’re like our beta testers, you can save on average 1GB of space in the first month.
CHECK YOUR STORAGE
Use Files Go to see how much free space is left on your phone and SD card. Easily transfer files to an SD card to free up your phone’s storage, right from the app.
2. Quick, Draw!
Launched in December 2016, this addictive Pictionary-inspired experiment was updated a year later with a dataset consisting of 50-million user-supplied doodles. This makes Quick
Draw’s AI bot even better and faster at guessing the objects you draw.
Our favorite of three ‘experimental’ new Google photo and video apps, Storyboard converts videos you record on your Android device into a comic strip, complete with hand-drawn effects and a panel-based layout. You can share the result on social media.
TO USE THE APP
1. Load a video.
2. Pull down to refresh till you get a layout you like.
3. Tap to share or save. That’s it!
4. Access Mars
Google has teamed up with NASA to let you explore the Red Planet in your browser, using imagery from the Curiosity Rover. This immersive 360-degree experiment lets you trundle
across the surface of Mars, examining points of interest and searching for life.
Datally lets you monitor and minimize the amount of mobile data you use, so you
don’t exceed your monthly limit. It also lets you control background data consumed
by apps, and find nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
This ingenious online experiment lets you use your webcam to train a machine. Make gestures in front of your camera, such as waving your hand, and the machine will record and recognize them, responding with a relevant GIF, sound or phrase.
7. Google Assistant
Initially regarded as a lame rival to Apple’s Siri, Google’s voice assistant has improved
immensely in the last six months, offering an array of useful tasks and compatibility
with smart speakers, set-top boxes, phones and tablets – including iOS devices.