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Google+ for Android v7.5: Re-sending of Failed Posts, More Squashed Bugs

Can’t send that epic post? Now you can (at least keep trying with minimal hassle) in the latest Google+ Android app. Though version 7.5 of the app mainly consists of updates behind-the-scenes, there is one noticeable new feature. Retry Sending of Failed Posts Not all of us are lucky enough…

Google Photos for Android adds Non-Destructive Editing

Google Photos v1.17 has been released for Android devices, bringing with it more flexible editing capabilities This version may not be as noteworthy as last week’s Smarter Albums update, but for those who find themselves editing a photo countless number of times to give it the right look and feel,…

Two-Column Stream, Quick Access to Google Apps on Google+ iOS v5.4

The iOS version of the Google+ app receives a number of new features under its belt. Coming on the heels of Apple’s announcements a day earlier, the team at Google+ made an announcement of their own with the release of version 5.4 for iOS. Two-Column Stream If you’re using the…

Smarter Albums arrive on Google Photos

Albums become even more intelligent on Google Photos, thanks to this latest update. We all love taking photos when on holiday, especially in places we’ve never been to before. But sorting through all of those captures after coming home isn’t a lot of fun, to say the least, especially if…

Google+ for iOS v5.3.0 Brings 3D Touch Support

A number of new updates have made their way to the latest version of the Google+ iOS app, including the implementation of 3D Touch While a lot of the focus has been on the Google+ Android app and its weekly version number bump, its iOS counterpart has also been receiving…

Watch Street Fighter 5 First DLC Character in New Trailer

Capcom has released a new trailer for Street Fighter 5. The video showcases Alex, the first downloadable character for the fighting game, who made his series debut in Street Fighter 3. As you can see below, he seems to have made the jump to the latest entry with most of…

Pokemon Snap Hitting Wii U Virtual Console in Japan

Acclaimed Pokemon spinoff Pokemon Snap, originally released for the Nintendo 64 in 1999, is coming to the Wii U virtual console in Japan, Nintendo has announced. It will be released in the island nation on April 4, priced at ¥1,028 yen, which is roughly $9. There is no word yet…