In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Fleksy, SwiftKey, a new acquisition by Google, China, and more Android apps news!
Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, recently unveiled his company’s big plans for global domination… of the mobile world that is. Samsung and Apple need to take note (of the pending apocalypse to their market shares).
Google and China have come to an arrangement, allowing Chinese developers to create developer accounts and offer paid apps through the Google Play Store. But when will Chinese consumers get to download apps from the Play Store?
According to a new report from The Information, Google is working to bring a version of its Google Play store to the Chinese market.
At least 30 foreign corporations are complaining about their treatment from Chinese officials.
In light of Xiaomi’s recent conquest of the #1 spot in China, Samsung’s Robert Yi questions the rival’s potential success internationally. Competition!
A new leak allegedly detailing Huawei’s 2015 product line-up offers some very interesting details. The future Mate 8 looks tame compared to the powerful D8. Samsung watch out.
Xiaomi sold 720,000 phones in the first 12 hours of Singles Day, for a total of 163 million in revenue. Hugo Barra, the former Googler who heads Xiaomi’s international expansion, took to Google Plus to announce the impressive milestones the company hit in the first 12 hours of Singles Day:
Based on a recent Sina Weibo post by Flyme OS’ Cheif UI Designer, it’s clear Meizu has already begun efforts to update its MX4 smartphone to Android 5.0.
With five separate departments, the Galaxy Lifestyle store in Beijing, China is the Samsung flagship experience the world has been waiting for. Take a look!