Google updated the Play Store policy, explicitly forbidding apps that put ads in the notification bar, place shortcuts on the homescreen, or change the device without user consent.
Google has scheduled two Chrome Mobile events: one that will take place on June 7 and the other on June 13. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Airpush SDK 6.0 is now available for download. It adds in-app banner ads, advanced developer analytics tools, and more.
To show its support of Android developers, Facebook will be hosting a party for Google I/O attendees on Tuesday, May 14. The event will take place a day ahead the kickoff of Google I/O 2013.
Google has started to role out a new version of its Google Wallet Merchant Center that addresses recent privacy concerns.
HTC has announced that it has made the source code for the HTC One model available to developers in its Developer Center.
Facebook says that Home will benefit app developers as well, by allowing them to further promote their content and better engage with their customers.
Android is just not good for graphics at all is because Google “doesn’t put enough love into it,” according to Geomerics founder and COO Chris Doran.
While this is intended more for developers, it will eventually bring some perks for those using a Kindle Fire. Amazon has released a few new Unity plug-ins, these will be used by developers and will make it easier to add things such as GameCircle support, Whispersync for Games and in-app purchasing.
Google improves Android with each new iteration by baking in new features, but where do they come from? Could it harm the app ecosystem if the hard work developers put in on an app has no pay off because the improved core functionality makes it obsolete? We take a look at developer pain, discuss the impact, and remember some pioneering apps that no longer seem necessary.