A new report says that Google wants to make more money from Play Store app sales. Read on for more details!
How secure is your Android phone, really? If the statistics released by today by mobile security firm Lookout are to be believed, some American smartphone users are more security conscious than others.
Developers who have an app they feel is age appropriate can now tag it as educational, which will then be reviewed by an independent panel of educators. This panel will peruse the app, ultimately deciding which age level it meets and whether it adheres to strict guidelines for appropriateness and safety.
Falcon Pro, the popular Twitter client, has been pulled from the Play Store, after a token reset failed to allow more users to log in.
A new Google and Starbucks partnership will let customers enjoy free access to unlimited music and radio through Google’s new All Access music streaming service. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Crayon Physics Deluxe, after launching on the PC in 2009, has made its debut on Android for a mere $2.99. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Google has added two shipping options to its Play Store items. Called Ground and Saver, they will help buyers save money on shipping. Read on for more details.
The Google Play Store is set to surpass its rival Apple App Store in terms of total app downloads before the end of the year. Read on for more details!
Today, Google Keyboard for Android was added to the Play Store and now anyone with a compatible device may download it for free.
While the Play Store may not look exactly the same across devices, or even into the desktop, this update brings it much closer to true functional unity than any we’ve seen prior.