How to upgrade to the Google Enhancement Suite
Updated September 22, 2018 11:52:17You don’t have to upgrade your Firefox or Chrome browser to enjoy Google’s latest enhancement suite, but it does come with a couple of bells and whistles.
You can choose to install a new version of the Chrome browser, add Google Assistant and an integrated Google search engine, as well as an improved camera app.
All these features are available for free, but the enhanced Chrome browser will cost you $1.99 a month and will be available in the US and Australia.
If you’re not quite sure what that means, it means you can choose the version of Chrome that you want and it’ll show up on the Google Store.
Google says it’s “fully compatible with Firefox, but not Chrome”.
You’ll need to do a little bit of research and decide what kind of apps you want to use the extension for, as there are no Google Search app or search engines.
In the US, Google Assistant will be able to answer questions, ask you questions and send you links, emails and more, including an improved version of Google Maps.
The new Google Photos app will have a “new and improved” camera and a revamped interface, as Google is introducing a new “photo-editing” feature to the app that allows you to adjust the size of the images and add your own filters.
The new photo editing app will be included with the Chrome extension.
You can also upgrade to a paid version of Chromium for a total of $2.99 per month.
Google Assistant can also now take photos of you and ask you to add a new photo, with a new interface that’s more similar to the one you get with the Google Camera app.
There are also a number of new features in the Google Assistant app that you won’t be able of in Chrome or Firefox.
Google also says that you can ask for specific locations by voice, and Google Photos will now be able create a new folder for you in the app.