Thanks to a new Google Play policy change, all Android tablets will now show “designed for tablet” apps by default, hiding apps that are designed with the phone in mind.
American Note 3 owners, here’s a nice little surprise for you. Samsung is giving away $50 in Play Store credit to all Galaxy Note 3 users in the United States, and all you have to do is register online.
A set of images seems to suggest that BlackBerry 10.2.1 will come with Google Play Store support, although nothing is official just yet.
While Sprint recently clarified that Nexus 5 handsets purchased through the Play Store can be activated with the Now Network, it looks like some folks are still running into a few troubles along the way.
Available in the Play Store for $49, the Nexus 7 (2013) Case features a microsuede cover and built-in stand. It’s designed by Google to mold perfectly to your Nexus, but nevertheless, fifty bucks is pretty expensive, so is it worth it? We check it out.
The Grand Theft Auto: iFruit Android companion app for GTA V has been officially released by Rockstar Games. Read on for more details!
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Cover for Android, the Dead Trigger 2 release, BBM for Android, and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
A new report says the Nexus 5 will launch on October 31 from the Google Play Store, with November 7-8 being the release date for several Canadian carriers.
Welcome back to this week’s Android Q&A. Today we talk about Note 3 vs iPhone 5s, the CyanogenMod Installer release date, developer options, and more!
BBM for Android is finally out! After a long time waiting, the service makes its somewhat triumphant return. Is it worth using? Here’s our full review.