Google joins the funs with its Cyber Weekend sale, that covers everything from apps, to in-app purchase discounts, to movies and TV series and great music.
Black Friday is upon us, and besides great deals on Android smartphones and tablets, the craziest shopping day of the year brought us a bunch of hot deals on apps.
The Google Play Store now features a section dedicated to apps that support Chromecast for those who want to get the most out of their $35 media streamer. Read on for more!
Google is offering a free HD movie rental or Google Play Store credit with every Chromecast purchased from the Google Play Store. Read on for more details!
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!