The web browser version of Google’s Play Store has received a slight update, which now displays a little message telling you if an app contains in-app payments.
The ridiculously popular game Flappy Bird saw fame come quickly and, apparently, go just as quickly as the game is slated to be taken down completely. That is not the last we’ll hear from the developer, though!
Google announced financial results for Q4, highlighting the 99 percent revenue increase from last year in the non-advertising business, which includes hardware and the Play Store.
The holidays and CES are over but the app space is as active as ever. Join us for this week’s latest app news and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
The HP Chromebook 11 is back in the Play Store after it was removed due to overheating issues with its charger. An LTE version is now available at Best Buy.
The CyanogenMod team has released a new beta app, GalleryNext, which is available for download from the Google Play Store. Read on for more details!
The Android Design team from Google HQ published a new list of Android apps that “go above and beyond the guidelines” when it comes to design. Check it out!
Google has started shipping HP Chromebook 11 replacement chargers, complete with a free $25 Google Play apology gift card.
Koush’s ROM Manager is again available on the Google Play Store, after having been taken down due to in-app payment violations.
With Christmas just around the corner, hundreds of apps are on sale through the Google Play store. To make it easier to find out what’s on offer, we’ve gathered up as many of these deals as possible and created a massive list!