Amazon is gearing itself up to challenge Google’s Play Store by releasing its Appstore in a host of new countries.
The Facebook Home Android app will be rolled out outside the U.S. later today, according to Cory Ondrejka, Facebook’s head of mobile engineering.
The biggest news this week in the Android world is the latest version of the Google Play Store. All this and more on this weeks show.
Google has been working on a new Google Play Store which has been rolling out to devices. Want to know more about it? Here is your chance!
The Google Play Store has just started the Favcorite Things sweepstakes, offering users in the U.S. the chance to win Nexus 7 and 10 tablets, Nexus 4 smartphones, as well as gift cards. Here’s how to enter.
As of today residents of Australia, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, and Portugal will be able to start streaming from Google Play Music.
We’ve known for a while that Google was planning a makeover for its Play Store, but now it’s official. The newly updated app features a card-based interface and is rolling out to devices running Android 2.2 or higher, starting today.
The number of Google Play Store apps removed has reached a record in February, as Google is trying to maintain the store’s standards of quality.
Today, there’s a new version of Tumblr for Android out on the Google Play store with a completely redesigned and Holo-inspired user-interface plus a couple of new features.
Google Play Store is the first quarter’s leader in terms of downloads in this year’s first quarter, while Apple’s App Store makes the most revenue.