Google’s Play Music service got a game changing update during the the Google I/O convention, and we’re hear to tell you all about it!
Here’s a list of games that are using Google’s new Play Games services! Excited to know which games? Read on to find out more!
Google just released a new messenger app called Hangouts, and we’ve done a full review to give you a look into what it’s all about. Read on to find out more!
Fond of finding interested spots and information nearby? Location-based auto-discovery app Field Trip now supports more than 80 countries and 30 languages, and can automatically translate content.
The lack of support for SMS in Hangouts may be temporary according to the permissions list in the Google Play Store. Google has also confirmed that SMS support is coming to Hangouts. Read on for more info.
Microsoft says that it’s happy to bring ads to the Windows Phone YouTube app, if Google gives them
AT&T customers have been reporting that the new Google+ Hangouts video chat feature won’t work over a data connection. Read on for more details!
We go hands-on with the completely reworked web version of the Google Maps, which is due to roll out in the following months.
Users of the Sprint Galaxy S4, HTC One, and Galaxy Note 2 can now install and use the Google Wallet app. Get all the details in the rest of the article.
Google+ Games will be discontinued on June 30, Google announced, just as it launched Play Game Services. Read on to find out more.