Google Forgot These Important Details

On Tuesday, Google held an event in New York where they revealed their new line of product for 2019-2020, and on the top of the list – The Pixel 4.

But it appears as they forgot to few important things that you might want to consider before deciding.

What about Google Photos?

One of the greatest features of all Pixel phones that Google released over the years is the amazing camera. In all previous models, Pixel users got 2 years free of unlimited storage for all of their photos and videos so they will be able to save their precious memories in the highest quality possible. But this time, Google said nothing about this service.

Google home is missing something

Google missed some of the simplest features that Amazon already has on their Echo Dot product, their direct competitor against Google Home.

The Echo Dot has LED screen to show the time, while Google Nest (the successor of Google Home) has an alarm clock, you can’t tell what time it is.

Google Wi-fi

Google managed to create the Nest Wi-Fi – a router with speakers which makes it a great combination between a router and a Google Nest device. But these expensive devices don’t support Wi-Fi 6. While Intel, Apple and Samsung already applied this feature it seems like Google is a step back.


Google didn’t raise their prices this time, but it’s still pretty high for the features of their products. The Pixel 4 will cost around $800, which is much more compared to the One Plus 7t which costs $600 and has better processor, bigger battery, bigger screen and more RAM.

Google Present New Features for Google Chrome Browser

 What can you look for?

Tab Manager, Customization and more!

Google announced about new features that will arrive to your Chrome browser in the next weeks.

Some of these are already works on some beta versions of Chrome but soon enough it will apply for all users.

For users who like working with multiple tabs at once, the tab manager will show you screenshots from each tab and quick scrolling between them.

When you drag on tab into another, a “Grouped Tabs” will be created and it will allow you to open all these tabs at once. This feature is already working for IOS users and will apply to Android users soon.

The address bar which we can use for search, now will offer immediate answers to questions in many fields like sport, translation, weather and more. The answers will appear in the bar itself and will save you time moving to the search engine.

Moreover, Google will offer new customization options such as changing the colors photos in one push of a button.

Of course, Google says it’s not the only updates for the Chrome and they will reveal more in the near future.