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In this newsletter:
- Using Google Maps for Public Transit Directions
- Sending a photo directly from an Android phone to another using “Nearby Share.”
- Google Photos can make a phone call from a photo of a business card
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Recently added tips for MEMBERS ONLY – the “Good Stuff.”
- Tip082: Google Maps Timeline and the Past
- Tip081: Sharing your real-time location
- Tip080. How to scan documents with your phone and create .pdf files
- Tip079: Editing Photos with Google Photos
- Tip078: How to make a LinkedIn QR Code for connecting with new people
- Tip077: How to find out what your Google or Apple Pay is paying for
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You do NOT want to drive in London! There are plenty of “Tube” stations and buses to get you anywhere you want to go … IF you know how.
Google Maps is our GoTo app for navigating everywhere else – when in London we learned how good it was for navigating Public Transportation.
It’s magic! If you have a photo of business card, you can view it in Google Photos, tap a button, tap the phone number, and make a call!
People with iPhones have had the ability to “Airdrop” photos amongst themselves for a long time. They think nothing of simply saying, “will you airdrop that photo to me?” When the sender complies, the photo magically appears in the receiver’s camera roll. Easy-peasy.
Android users have the same functionality, and it is now just as easy as airdrop. It’s called “Nearby Share.”
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- Show266: SmartWatches and your Health with Dr. Ron Brown - December 2, 2023
- Show265: HodgePodge of Tech Tips for Travelers - November 22, 2023
- Nov 16, 2023: PCBUG.org presentation: Tips for Travelers using Google Maps and Google Photos - November 15, 2023