Google has done its best to help people in need, and in response to the recent coronavirus outbreak, it has launched a series of “thank you” video ads. The videos are meant to express gratitude, highlight Google’s efforts to help, and pay tribute to frontline workers who help protect the public and the planet. From teachers and healthcare workers to parents and teachers, people from all walks of life are stepping up to help those in need.
Thanks to #ThankYouGoogle Video Ads
During recent global disasters, Google has created a series of “Thank You Google” video ads. The videos express gratitude and highlight the company’s work to assist victims. They also recognize the efforts of front-line workers, such as healthcare providers and essential workers, as well as educators, parents, and others who have stepped up to help. As the coronavirus outbreak spread across the globe, Google has used its ad platform to pay tribute to these workers.
New Chrome Web Browser
When we talk about Google’s upcoming Chrome updates, it’s hard not to notice the newest version. The company went deep into the code to make it faster, lighter on memory, and smarter. If you have hundreds of tabs open on your computer, you’re probably focusing on a handful of them. Google’s new Chrome browser actively manages your computer resources so you can leave hundreds of tabs open and not worry about overspending your memory.
The omnibox combines the search box and the address bar into one convenient tool. It lets you search for popular websites, perform conversions, and even translate entire web pages with Google Translate. Chrome also autocompletes URLs so you can save them for later use. Chrome also features an easy-to-use toolbar with icons, making it quick and convenient to navigate the web. This means you can get started with Chrome immediately!
The QUIC protocol and an experimental version make Chrome faster, but there are other issues that slow it down, such as ad blockers. Another potential problem is software updates, which eat up bandwidth. Typical Windows or macOS OS updates weigh in at several GBs. Using a browser with these problems can be frustrating and a pain, so try the new browser. It’s worth checking out!
Another new feature is synchronization across devices. Chrome syncs your passwords and bookmarks between your PC and laptop, ensuring your data is secure and safe. Chrome also has a built-in Google search engine, making it easy to access Google fast and browse websites quickly and conveniently. If you’re looking to surf the internet without worrying about who’s tracking your data, Chrome has a unified search experience across all your devices.
YouTube’s New Legal Music Service
YouTube’s new legal music service mimics the features of popular rivals like Spotify and Apple Music, but largely ignores copyright laws. This gives Google a major illegal advantage in a crowded field. In the end, if YouTube continues to dominate the music streaming market, it will have to change its approach. Despite the growing number of complaints from the music industry, YouTube’s approach seems to be working out for the best. Regardless of the copyright concerns, consumers will have access to thousands of tracks without any need for a subscription.
YouTube’s advantage is obvious: it has a larger audience than all of its competitors, as well as practically infinite resources. YouTube also appeals to younger millennials and Gen Z, who are increasingly reliant on digital music. This could lead to a big difference in the music streaming industry. But the company has had many years to squander its advantage. And despite its advantages, it is finally ready to win the music streaming war.
Google has reacted with anger at YouTube’s lack of respect for the music industry. Before YouTube launched its new service, it was an enemy of the music industry. Music industry bodies were quick to blame YouTube for copyright violations and did not pay artists enough royalties. Now, however, the music industry is paying attention to the new YouTube legal music service and has improved royalties for artists and labels. This new service will have a larger catalogue than Spotify’s.
Aside from offering a large catalog, YouTube also offers the ability to stream unlimited music, unlike other legal music services. With Spotify and Pandora, users are required to pay for ads to listen to the content. YouTube’s new legal music service also offers users a customizable interface that allows them to select their music. However, unlike Spotify, YouTube Music lets you download music legally. Aside from the new music, YouTube also lets you watch videos of live performances and concerts.