The Nexus Player gamepad has arrived on the Play Store and is ready for shipping. The device will cost 40USD, and allows owners of the new Nexus Player to play games on their big screen with a controller.
This week it’s all about the Google apps, Material Design, and Nokia’s Here Maps app along with the latest Android apps news!
Google has taken a step towards improving the app search experience with the addition of a ratings-based filter.
The Sony SmartWatch 3 has landed in the Google Play Store with a $250 price tag. Sadly, we cannot purchase it yet, but we imagine “Coming Soon” won’t be too far down the road.
Google Chrome Beta for Android v39 app update has begun rolling out. In addition to bug fixes, there is a new Reader Mode, Android L Preview integration and a new animation or two.
The Cyanogen Camera app is now available for free download through the Google Play Store. It officially supports CyanogenMod 11S, but you can always side load and let us know how it goes.
Google promised that its apps would receive Material-inspired updates to go with Android L, and Play Store is the latest to get a Material facelift.
Fleksy is an incredibly popular up and coming third party keyboard on Android. Today it’s received a huge update and it’s available in more places!
Google is making some major changes to the Play Store, as of September 30 the price ranges for all in-app purchases and/or subscriptions will be shown on an app’s listing page.
Google has published an announcement inside its developer portal informing all app developers that as of September 30th it will be mandatory for them to supply a physical address, and that this address will be visible to every Google Play Store user.