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    Microsoft may have learned to play nice with other companies, but Google still keeps Microsoft at arm's length. GHub helps you use Google services on Windows devices.
    The Google ecosystem is ubiquitous these days. Some services, such as Google Maps, Gmail, and Google Drive, have competition, while others, such as YouTube, realistically don't. But Google hasn't, and seemingly won't, release first-party apps for its services on Windows 10.
    You can fill this gap in some cases by turning to third-party alternatives, like myTube!, but in other cases, you have to stick to the web. GHub is somewhat of a merger of these ideas. It's a third-party Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app that wraps up the web versions of Google's services. It's available on Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Xbox One, Surface Hub, and HoloLens. And there is a free version with ads called GHub and a paid version called GHub U available for $0.99.

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    11-01-2017 06:10 AM

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