Google has reached 900 million Android activations, which is a drastic change from 500 million last year! Read on to find out more!
A new version of Google Play is starting to role out across the Internet. It tweaks some minor aspects of the store’s layout and design.
After signing exclusive music deals with both Sony and Universal Music Group, Google is reportedly planning to launch its new music streaming service at Google I/O 2013.
If you’re an app developer, there’s good news for you! All developers now have the possibility to reply to app reviews on the Google Play Store. Read on to find out more details!
Trojan horse apps masquerading as Google Play Store apps have been discovered by a security firm which revealed that such apps could be used to spy on the owner of the device that’s running the apps. Read on to find out more details!
What if there was a way to magically transform your smartphone into a tool for gauging the weather? That’s essentially what WeatherSignal sets out to do, using the power of crowdsourcing, big data and modern smartphone technology.
Android and iOS platforms differ in terms of popular apps in both free and paid categories. While Android users prefer utilities and communication apps, iOS users are quite fond of games.
B&N has announced that from today the NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ come with full Google Play support including the ability to buy apps, music and films directly from Google. Will you be tempted to buy one???
Android apps AirDroid 2, Chrome Beta, Kindle, and Moviefone have received updates this week, so let’s take a look at what’s been fixed and what’s brand new.
The Google Play Store security has been improved, as Google has made it clear that updates to apps taking place outside its system are no longer allowed.