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How to Save Google Plus Posts for Later Reading

How to Save Google Plus Posts for Later Reading

There are actually several methods you can use to save Google+ posts for later reading. Which method you choose will mostly depend on your own personal preferences and requirements. We'll review them all here.

Dyslexia And Overriding Webpage Fonts

Dyslexia And Overriding Webpage Fonts

It’s a shame that people with dyslexia must struggle when there may be an easy fix within reach of anyone with a computer. It’s all about changing the font. Some fonts are simply known to be easier for people with dyslexia to read.

How to Access HootSuite via Web, Mobile, App or Extension

How to Access HootSuite via Web, Mobile, App or Extension

HootSuite is a tool for social media management that we've talked about and referenced many times. I am a Certified HootSuite Solution Pro, which means that I have been trained on not only how to use HootSuite, but how to help business owners understand how they can use HootSuite to manage and monitor their social media accounts.

Chrome for iOS to play nicer with other Google Apps

Chrome for iOS to play nicer with other Google Apps

Google has released an update to Chrome for iOS which dramatically improves how it interacts with other Google apps which you may have installed on the same device.

First, if you've logged into Google from within Chrome, you'll be able to log into the other apps with a single click.

Google Chrome for iPhone Updated

Google Chrome for iPhone Updated

Google has released an update to the Chome app for iPhone that addresses a lot of issues and bugs. According to the update for version 21.0.1180.80:

Google+ App Update, Pushes Chrome Usage

Google+ App Update, Pushes Chrome Usage

Google+ has released version 3.1 of their mobile app. This update includes:

  • Web links in posts now open in Chrome (if installed)
  • Teens can now join and create Hangouts
  • Instant Upload bug fixes to improve performance

Obviously, the most interesting aspect of this update is the fact that Google+ will now use Chrome by default, bypassing the iPhone and iPad's default Safari browser. It will be interesting to see if Apple takes any further steps to limit the ability of users to choose Chrome over Safari, or not.