Friday, February 16, 2018

ATB Tech Updates #2

Tech Update #2

  • Gmail Go mobile version for Android Go phones now available on Play store.

Yesterday, on 15th Feb Google finally introduced the Gmail Go app and now the app is avalable for downlod on Play store. This app is specifically designed for the Android Go phones. Gmail Go's APK size is around 9.5MB and its meant to work perfectly even in a place with poor data connectivity because of its small size. The Go version of Gmail app works a lot like the original gmail app, and also comes with some additional features and some cosmetic changes here and there.

  • Redmi Note 5 & Note 5 Pro's Jio Rs. 2,200 cashback and double data offer.

The buyers of the new Redmi Note 5 & Note 5 Pro can get an instant Rs. 2200 as cashback by jio. Under the "Jio #GiveMe 5 Offer", the smartphone buyers will get the cashback as vouchers that can be used to purchase Jio recharges. You'll get 44 vouchers of Rs. 50 each. Additionally Jio is also offering double data benefits for both the new devices' buyers. Jio subscribers can get double the data as a part of the offer on recharging with pan priced at Rs. 198 or above. Here note that the offer is only valid for for the first 3 recharges i.e. you can get a maximum of 4.5TB data if you opt for the 750GB plan.
If you want information about the Redmi Note 5 & the Note 5 Pro visit the following link :

  • BSNL mini palns of Rs. 7 & Rs. 16 announced with one day validity.

BSNL has introduced two mini data packs with single day validity. The BSNL Rs. 7 plan offers 1GB of 3G data and is valid for 1 day for prepaid customers. The price however may vary in the range of Rs.7 & Rs.9 from circle to circle based on market conditions. The Second pack costs Rs. 16 and offers 2GB of 3G data and is valid for a single day. The price of this plan may vary from Rs.16 to Rs. 19 depending on the availability in the circle.
These mini packs are useful and provide value for money service. So the customers who find these packs useful can recharge and avil the benefits.

  • No More free photos on the internet - GOOGLE.

Google has removed the 'View Image' button from Google Images in order to protect creators' copyrights and credits. Google wants users to visit the website that host images and bring traction to their pages, thus aiding their businesses. 
"Today we're launching some changes on Google Images to connect users and useful websites. This will include removing the View Image button. the Visit button remains, so users can see images in the context of the web pages they're on", wrote Google in a Tweet. 
If you're worried about the difficultied that Google has implemented in its image search engine, then don't get affraid; you can still get your photos in the old way on your PC. simply click on the photo you want, right click on the photo and select 'open image in a new tab' and the right click on the image in the new tab and then follow the old save as procedure.


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