Now You Just Need to tap to Authorize Your Google Account




Two-factor authentication is a great way to keep your online accounts secure, but between hunting for your phone and manually typing in the auto-generated passcode, it can be quite a pain.


Google’s hoping to fix that with a simpler security prompt option. The next time you try logging into Gmail or Google Apps, you only need to tap ‘Yes, allow sign-in’ to authorize it. No more fidgety digits to key in before the clock runs out. Check out the full feature.



Firefox ‘Containers’: Now Users can Enable Separate Personal and Professional Online Accounts



Mozilla is experimenting with a new feature in Firefox that lets users log in to the same site with two different accounts.


Containers is an “experimental” feature in Firefox Nightly version 50, which is designed to reflect the idea that people project different aspects of themselves in different contexts in real life. Containers brings that concept to the web.


‘MAGENTA’: Google’s New Artificial Intelligence Project to Make Art




Google wants to put the art back in artificial intelligence.

During the last session at Moogfest, a four-day music and technology festival, in Durham, North Carolina, Douglas Eck, a researcher on Google Brain, the company’s artificial-intelligence research project, outlined a new group that’s going to focus on figuring out if computers can truly create.


Google Firebase App Indexing With More Documentation & Analytics



Firebase App Indexing, formerly Google App Indexing, gets your app into Google Search. If your app is already installed when users search for related content, they will launch your app directly from the search results. If users don’t have your app yet, an install card shows up in search results. Adding App Indexing promotes both types of app results within Google Search and also provides query autocompletions.

According to the google, Fire base will be able enough to generate crash reporting by finding bugs and issues in apps.


Now Check Mobile Responsibility Google’s New Mobile Friendly Testing Tool


Google recently revealed a new mobile friendly tool which can be reached from the mobile usability report in Search Console or you can find it here

This new tool is very slick, less frightening in comparison to the original tool. In Google’s words “room to continue to improve on its functionality, and over time, we expect it to replace the previous Mobile Friendly Test.”

Even you can test websites on your smartphone too. But still there are holes to fill, Google guys need to work on.

Here is a test result of our website-


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