I think I’ve determined that the Google Play Music app on Android has no background services. Maybe that’s why it is so jittery and prone to error; There is no overseer handling things.
What do YOU think?!
I would like to see a more responsive, intuitive, thoughtful engine behind my music player.
The Verge: Google’s Inbox app is shutting down in March 2019.
Well, I guess this makes sense. Recently I did find myself using both Inbox and Gmail for different purposes; I used Inbox for a quick triage of stuff and then use Gmail for composition and search functionality. I didn’t know what Google’s roadmap for either of these apps were so I thought they could be used complementarily. However for simplicity’s sake it seems like just using a single Google e-mail app make sense.
I’m still holding out for the next incarnation of Google Wave!!! 🤞🍀🦄
WIRED: Google Wants to Kill the URL.
In this case murder might not be so bad. 🙂 But who else thinks this title is unnecessarily provocative??
It’s 2018. 🙂 Why am I unable to address an e-mail to an extant group of recipients from my Google Contacts? Am I missing something? How do they market themselves to organizations without features like these? It seems fundamental or at least something inevitable whose time should have come long ago. 🤔