Article source: https://goo.gl/OyllG4
Installing Google Photos on your mobile device is a recommendation I make to all my students.
If you take pictures with your smartphone, it’s silly not to use Google Photos. At a minimum, it serves as a safe backup for all your photos, at no cost to you. A bonus is that Google Photos creates cool content of some of your images, including instagram-stylized photos, animations, and collages. Continue reading “Article: How (and why) to use Google Photos on your iPhone or iPad”
It’s not interactive like tutorials from CS Circles or Snakify so it wouldn’t be my first choice for learning Python, but as a supplemental resource, it looks great.
Chrome: Not content with letting Pocket have the spotlight, Google has introduced a new extension called Save to Google that allows you to save articles to read later.
Anyone see a reason to use Save to Google over the Google Keep extension? It’s not even convenient to access what you’ve saved, other than by accessing http://www.google.com/save. I’m not sure why I would ever promote this now that Google Keep is so awesome.
Am I missing something?
Source: Save to Google Is a Pocket-Like Chrome Extension For Saving Articles