Chrome 38 for Android has now rolled out to the stable channel bringing a few bug fixes and other minor tweaks.
If the latest report from The Information proves correct, Google is actively considering and experimenting with an app trial system, which would allow you to try out a demo of a premium app before buying.
Today’s indie app of the day is Horizon. This app lets you shoot horizontal video no matter how you hold your device. Say goodbye to vertical videos!
Google has just updated its Play Games Services to bring the C++ SDK to feature parity with the Play services SDK on Android and the Play Games iOS SDK.
A curious new movie pre-order feature has been introduced to Google Play users in the United States, allowing you to pay for upcoming movies ahead of their digital releases.
49 percent of mobile users say that they would pay for a monthly subscription app.
In this week’s Developer Interview, we have a chat with Luke St Clair, formerly of Facebook, who wants to talk about his new app called Jelly!
Today’s indie app of the day is Light in the Dark. In this game you must bounce and blend light to solve puzzles and proceed forward. It’s fun and cute!
Google has just launched MMS support through more than 100 carriers in North America. MMS works through the new Hangouts integration as well. Most major carriers are on board, with one significant holdout in the U.S. Did your carrier allow MMS support?
Obscure is a new app that lets you edit and send pics and messages. Decide you don’t want a person to have access to your pics and messages anymore? You can delete them even after sending.