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Google apparently testing Material Design homepage tweaks

Google apparently testing Material Design homepage tweaks

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YouTube starts suggesting you subscribe to channels you often watch on your homepage

YouTube starts suggesting you subscribe to channels you often watch on your homepage

YouTube wants you to keep coming back for more. It's understandable for any service, but more so for one that capitalizes on you watching videos daily and finding more compelling and interesting content all the time. YouTube's homepage often guesses what you're interested in watching (and at least for me, it gets it right), combining new videos from channels you already subscribe to with videos similar to ones you've already seen and timely content you're likely interested in. Many of the latter two usually come from channels you don't subscribe to, but you may want to do that. And now YouTube is starting to nudge you in that direction.

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Google Updates Mobile Homepage Again, Making Searches From The Small Screen More Practical

Google Updates Mobile Homepage Again, Making Searches From The Small Screen More Practical

Two week ago, Google changed up its mobile homepage to bring quick access to Google Place, along with some other new features. It looks like the mobile landing page has gotten yet another update today, making specific searches easier on the small screen. Have a look:

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As you can you see, images and a tab-like interface have been added to the top of the page, making it much easier to quickly tap exactly what you're looking for. This is one of the more practical features that I've seen rollout, as it previously took a bit of precision to change search options.

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Dolphin Browser Mini Goes Into Public Beta, Offers Much Faster Performance All Around

Dolphin Browser Mini Goes Into Public Beta, Offers Much Faster Performance All Around

Do you feel the need for speed? Apparently you aren't alone, as Dolphin Browser Mini has just gone into public beta on the Market. The app offers numerous improvements over the regular version of Dolphin Browser as well as the HD version, including:

  • High speed responsibility [sic]
  • Speed Dial Homepage
  • Innovative Menu design
  • Infinite tabs browsing
  • Intelligent back & forward button

Like its ancestors, it also features a variety of innovative gestures, bookmark syncing, private browsing, and a host of other features not found in the stock Android browser. Here's a really nice cross-reference chart for those not immediately seeing the differences:

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