Since the past several decades, Google has become the biggest giant in the field of Search Engine. Its browser Google Chrome has defeated IE and owned most market share. Actually, in addition to Google Chrome, Google has developed many other apps. Now, we are going to introduce four fantastic Google apps for iOS and Android.
Inbox by Gmail
Inbox by Gmail is a kind of email client of Gmail. The biggest difference between Inbox and Gmail is their features-Inbox can not only send and receive letters but also acts as a To-Do application.
When you receive a letter, you can left slide to set the alarm to read the letter later. Meanwhile, Inbox will remind you with notification later to make sure you can finish your job on time.
Inbox is able to sort out your letters into different categories, including promotion, social, travel, and more.
Inbox by Gmail is compatible with iPhone and iPad running on iOS 7.0+ and Android device running on Android 4.1 and later. The iOS version is 184MB while the Android version varies from different devices. Inbox by Gmail is free of charge.
Google Keep is a kind of online note application. Although only with 7MB storage, it is enough for storing your text, to-do-list, image and voice note. In addition, you can add your note to the pending list. Also, you are allowed to mark the notes with different colors, which makes it convenient to search and locate the notes you want.
Besides, Google Keep supports English and number searching. The app is suitable for iPhone and iPad running on iOS 8.0+ and Android devices. The iOS version of Google Keep measures 140 MB while the Android version varies from different devices. This note app is totally free.
Snapseed is an app for photo editing. I suppose that many users have downloaded this app into their smartphones.
Snapseed is able to modify exposure, white balance and light source. Beside, you can cut the photo at a certain ratio and adjust the tone via one click. In addition to basic parameter adjustment, Snapseed provides a plenty of filter effects, which can be combined to use under certain circumstances.
With Snapseed, you can adjust the perspective when shooting. Snapseed is able to automatically fill the corner so as to restore the phone as far as possible.
Note that Snapseed is fully compatible with iOS 8.0+ and Android 4.1+. The iOS version is 125 MB while the Android version varies from different devices. And the app is free to download and use.
Google Translate is a translate app, which supports you to translate various languages. And it supports real-time voice translate and hand-written input. Better than that, you can scan the text you want to translate. Google Translate will automatically translate the text. The translated contents will be seamlessly displayed over the previous ones, making it more intuitive to read.
That is all for the fantastic Google apps for iOS and Android. So which one is the most desirable? Just download it and have a try.