If you’ve been waiting since the news earlier that the Nexus 4 is about to re-stock on the Google Play website then you’d best hurry on over there fast, as the Nexus 4 is now back in stock.
The world’s first hyperlocal “micro weather” forecasting app, called Nooly, has finally arrived for Android and iOS.
A new Triniti Interactive game titled Call of Mini: Brawlers lets players blast through hordes of zombies in a side-scroller. It’s a free download on Google Play.
Epic Citadel for Android, the Unreal Engine 3-powered tech demo app that’s set in the world of Infinity Blade, is now available for download through Google Play.
It’s time for Americans customers to celebrate, as the hottest Android device of the moment is again available in Google’s US store.
Google Translate now seems to be functioning in the web version of the Google Play Store. It was originally integrated in the app back in November.
Despite LG telling us that starting mid-February “there will no longer be any tension in the market” surrounding the Nexus 4, things are on the up and rise already.
Can you smell the Nexus 4 in the air? The return of the phone to Google Play hasn’t been confirmed yet by Google, but there’s a reason (or two) to believe that it will arrive sooner, rather than later.
A free Google Wallet update is now available for download from Google Play, and it brings a number of changes including an overhauled user interface and improved battery life.
After nearly a year in development, new kart racing game, Cracking Sands, has made its way to the Google Play Store.