It’s been months since Google Play received its last makeover, now it looks like Google is readying to unleash version 4.0. What’s changed?
A new Facebook update has now hit the Google Play Store, bringing with it the ability to change profile pictures from within the app. Additionally, it is now easier to manage unwanted stories and spam from within the News Feed.
AdBlock Plus for Android has released its new version, which you can download straight from the developer’s site, since the app has been removed from the Google Play Store.
A couple of suspicious duplicates have appeared on the Google Play store, imitating the popular Subway Surfers and Temple Run: Oz titles. If you’ve downloaded one of these games recently then you might want to scan for malware.
Google Play might soon come with newspaper subscriptions, as unveiled in the web version’s source. Will we see this on smartphones and tablets soon?
After briefly returning to Google Play yesterday, the black bumper case for the Nexus 4 is now listed as “no longer available for sale.”
Vivid Games has just released Real Boxing for Android, an Unreal Engine-powered 3D boxing game for NVIDIA Tegra 3 devices that first became available on iOS.
Last year’s Mayan Aapocalypse might have been a no-show, but it looks like another apocalypse has in fact come to pass instead: the ad-blocker apocalypse. Apparently Google has now removed ad-blocker apps from the Play store.
Earn to Die, which started its life as a Flash game, has finally arrived on Google Play. Unlike your typical Zombie apocalypse game, keeping your body parts intact is a matter of mercilessly driving through the hordes of the undead.
The new Google Play Store deals cover the following sections: movie rentals and purchases, TV, books, and magazines. Here are the details: