Google has quietly added a dozen new countries in which developers can apply for merchant accounts, allowing them to offer paid apps and in-app purchases.
In this week’s developer interview, we talk to Emberify, a new start up based in India working on consumer based analytic and utility apps to help people.
Beyond just allowing folks to reply to SMS messages, the latest update to Pushbullet lets you respond to messages on your PC from WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, Telegram, Line and Facebook Messenger.
A little over a half year since we first heard about VLC’s plans to offer Chromecast support, a new changelog has arrived indicating that support for the streaming dongle is arriving in VLC 3.0.
Learning is very important and that puts a lot of pressure on teachers. With these best Android apps for teachers, we hope to lighten the pressure a bit!
After first arriving to the beta version of the Pebble app, Pebble 2.3 has now hit the stable channel, bringing support for Android Wear apps and notifications to the watch.
On April 20th, 2015, we will say goodbye to Helpouts for the final time. For most people, it won’t matter much. Let’s take a look at what happened.
Yahoo has just added a new feature to their Aviate Launcher called Search on Aviate, which lets you search for apps, contacts and web search results directly from your home screen.
Google is saying goodbye to their Helpouts service on April 20th, 2015. For those who use the service, you’ll be able to download your Helpouts history by using Google Takeout, a data backup service that will be available until November 1st, 2015
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about free cloud storage, a well designed horror game, Xposed Framework, and more Android apps news!