The Play Store website has now received a slight update on the device’s page, which makes it easier to choose storage/connectivity options for the Nexus 7.
A new Pandora update has now hit Google Play, bringing with it a new tablet optimized UI. Additionally, the app’s Google Play page hints that Chromecast support could be just around the corner.
The latest Google Play Store Android app (version 4.4.21) is available for download, bringing the previously rumored new slide-out navigation to Android devices.
Google is sending out email invitations for a special event scheduled on October 24. While there’s no mention of Android or Nexus in the invitation, we can’t help wonder: will we see the much anticipated Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat?
The 16GB Nexus 5 will cost $349, according to a Google Play Store listing that was most likely published by mistake. Read on for more details!
Google is rumored to bring a new UI update to its Google Play Store Android app (version 4.4), which should be launched with Android 4.4 KitKat.
Netflix is beginning to roll out a new update to its Android app. While the layout has mostly stayed the same, the app’s overall performance has been greatly improved!
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Final Fantasy 6, AirPlay on Android, Hangouts getting SMS, HBO shows on the Play Store, and more!
Starting on November 21st, the Google Play Store will now show “designed for tablet” apps in various top lists by default. All non-optimized apps will also be marked as “designed for smartphones”.
Looking for an official ‘hard case’ for your Nexus 7 (2013)? Look no further than Google Play, where the official case is now available for $50.