Google Slides: 3 Chrome extensions for better presentations

pcw-google-slides-primary-100724846-medium1Google Slides has become a popular presentation app for those who want to avoid the complexity and cost of Microsoft’s PowerPoint. It offers everything you need to create and collaborate on professional-looking slides. But like all Google’s productivity apps, its capabilities can be expanded and improved with a few choice Chrome extensions. Here are three you should use with your next presentation. Get to know more of this article from PCWorld.com

Google makes the best Android apps easier to find with Android Excellence

dsc05329-100696290-mediumGoogle wants you to find the best apps faster, so it’s introduced a new section to the Play Store called Android Excellence. The banner on the Editor’s Choice page will spotlight apps and games that “deliver incredible user experiences on Android, use many of our best practices, and have great design, technical performance, localization, and device optimization.” Get to know more of this article from PCWorld.com

Sync your files for free, and maintain privacy, using open-source Syncthing

syncthing-hero-100721587-mediumTaking back ownership of your data is rough. I’ve been trying to de-Google my life for almost a year, and I still haven’t mastered it. I still need my Google account and Gmail address to use my Android phone. I still use Google maps. And I still use Google Drive when I need to collaborate on documents. But I have managed to take back my personal files and sync capability. More of this article from PCWorld.com