You can view recently visited pages from Chrome's cache when you are offline. Enable Chrome's 'Show Saved Copy Button' to cache pages that you have visited. Cached pages can be viewed even when you are offline.
Some websites provide push notifications on Chrome and Firefox browsers for PC. You can unsubscribe to these notifications if wish to stop receiving them.
With Chrome browser for Android, you can subscribe to your favorite website's push notifications. You can block these notifications if you no longer wish to receive these notifications.
You can play games with your friends while chatting on Google's Allo messenger. Or you can play alone with Google Assistant inside the app.
In Evernote, there is no intuitive way to select more than one tag to get a list of notes. Evernote's 'Advanced Search Syntax' can help you get around this problem and search with more than one tag.
You can open and edit Google Sheets/Docs on your Android even when there is no internet.
You can convert word documents to other formats like EPUB, PDF, HTML, TXT, RTF, ODT, DOCX using Google Docs or Sheets.
Google 2-step verification adds an extra layer of security when you login to any Google services. Apart from the password, Google will ask you to enter a one time verification code that will be sent to your phone via SMS, phone call or Authenticator app.
Many Android apps and websites ask for access to your google account. You can revoke access given to them when you are unsure of an app or site.
Replace boring app icons on Android home screen with interesting icons using Awesome icons app. Use it in combination with an icons pack or upload your own pictures. It works on stock Android too.
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