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Week in Review - May 14, 2016: Google Photos, YouTube, GBoard and more

This week was about the social: Google Photos got comments for photos and albums and YouTube introduced Messenger a new way to share and chat on mobile (invite only). Google introduced a new keyboard for iOS devices with GIF and emoji search. Plus there were updates for Google Calendar, Google Translate, Hangouts, AdSense, Google+, and more.

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Posted by Peggy K


  1. Big positive strategy for Livestream, ultra, with these standards and technological methods in our era, impressive and wonderfully beautiful, even more fabulous. with harmonization between YouTube, Google+, full of excellences for a sublime distribution of participation in events and hangouts. *. Congratulations. *., for more great achievements, full of great success.


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