Thursday, January 14

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Apps & Games, free trial, Google, News, one, Photos, storage

Google Photos teardown suggests the app could offer free Google One trials

A teardown of a recent update to Google Photos revealed that the search giant will soon offer free trials of its cloud storage subscription program through the photo backup service. There are a few things to keep in mind before we dive too deep into teardown. First, the teardown is courtesy of 9to5Google, which decompiled Photos update 5.24 and checked the code. Due to the nature of teardowns, many features hinted at in the code snippets are incomplete or may never be released. As such, take a whole grain of salt and hope things change if they are officially released. With that said, let's dig deeper. from 9 to 5Photos version 5.24 teardown revealed code snippets pertaining to a Google One free trial offer. Google One, if you ha...
Apps & Games, Canada, free trial, Netflix, News

Netflix no longer offers a free trial in Canada

Netflix has stopped offering free trials in Canada. While Netflix did not make an official announcement about the change, its 'Help Center' support website has been updated to reflect the news. TV Blog TVAnswerMan first discovered the update. Now the support page shows the following message: Free trials are not available, but you can still Sign up and take advantage of everything Netflix has to offer. There are no contracts, cancellation fees, or commitments. You have the freedom to change your plan or cancel online at any time if you decide Netflix is ​​not for you. As a Netflix member, all of our plans give you access to our full catalog of TV shows and movies. Choose a plan that works for you and sign up for Netflix. It is i...
Chromebook, Deals, free trial, Google, News, Stadia

Chromebook owners can claim a three-month free trial of Stadia Pro now

Google offers Chromebook owners a free three-month Stadia Pro trial through its Chromebook Perks website. For those unfamiliar, Chromebook Perks includes a variety of bargains, deals, and more exclusively for Chromebook owners. Although some offers on the site are not available in Canada, this Stadia Pro deal does. Along with Canada, Chromebook owners in the US (Excluding Guam, Hawaii, and the US Virgin Islands), UK, Germany, and France can redeem it. Stadia Pro generally costs $ 11.99 per month in Canada and gives subscribers access to several new games every month. Subscribers can claim any of these games and retain access as long as they are members. Some of the games include Gylt, Destiny 2: the collection, PUBG, Super hot ...