In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, some awesome updates, and, of course, 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
It’s no secret that developers are trying to figure out how to make more money in the app market. As it turns out, Japan has got it figured out. Read on!
In app purchases have drawn a lot of ire from people lately. The bad news is its never going away, but the good news is that it may get better.
This was an exciting week in the Play Store. Gmail and Nova got updates as did the Chromecast and Play Store. Also, here’s 5 Android apps you can’t miss!
The Chromecast can now stream movies, TV shows and music directly from Google Play in a web browser, with the help of the Google Cast extension. Read on for more details!
Imangi has decided to breath some new life into the endless runner Temple Run 2 hit by updating it in time for the holidays with new content to match the season.
The... update brings several interesting features to the game such as a Santa character to run around in the Temple Run 2 environment as well as water slides for Santa and everyone else to twist and turn in. Additiona...
Without any fanfare, Google just took the wraps off the white version of the Nexus 7 (2013). The device will be available initially in the United States, the UK, and Japan.
CyanogenMod’s Screencast app is available in beta on the Google Play Store, although certain conditions have to be met to run it on your Android device.
This week in your world of Android: the possible release date of the next HTC One leaked, more Galaxy S5 rumors surfaced, the camera-focused Android 4.4.1 update rolled out to the Nexus 5, the first CM11 builds arrived, and Google updated its Play Store apps.
Brace yourselves, best of 2013 lists are coming. Google started early with two Play Store collections bringing together some of the best apps and games of the year.