In this week’s episode we talk about XBMC, Libre Office, and Xbox One streaming coming to Android along with more Android apps news you can’t miss!
Previously, you could de-authorize as many devices as you wanted. But sometime recently, Google reinstated a limit of four de-authorizations per year.
Google Play Music is now rolling out to at least six new countries: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and the Ukraine.
Google Play Music users have much to look forward to. The official app has gotten an update to version 5.6, which will be slowly rolling out starting today.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk more about Portal coming to Android, an infuriating game out of Rovio, and more Android apps news you can’t miss!
Your impatient wait is over, oh Canadians. Google has finally heard your plea and made Play Music fully accessible in your country.
Following an update to Search and the release of new Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps in the Play Store, Google is now pushing out a small update to Play Music.
Owners of Sonos sound systems can now play music straight from Play Music for Android, without having to switch to the Sonos app.
Thanks to a new Google Play Music ‘Labs’ feature, you can now upload songs directly from your browser by simply dragging-and-dropping your music files!
Google is well known for its shenanigans and easter eggs when it comes to search, just try a Google search for “askew” to see them in action. So when Google Now on Android gets a cool new voice activated feature, I wonder if it is an easter egg or a full blown feature. This time around, try following up “Okay, Google” with “play some music” and you’ll get an “I’m feeling lucky” radio station fired up in the Google Play Music app.