Google has started offering paid apps through its Google Play store in Taiwan once again after 20 months of battling with the Taiwanese government.
Electronic Art’s Real Racing 3 is finally here via the Play Store, at least for international Android users. The North American listing doesn’t work just yet, but with EA freemium approach for the game, you might not be missing much.
The new Google Settings app works as a master settings menu for the standard Google applications, Google+, Maps, Latitude, and search history. Finally putting all these settings in one easy to find place.
Rumors have been flying around lately that Google will open retail stores here in the United States. For some, this seems like tech mecca, replete with devices to worship. For others, this comes across as Google getting a bit ahead of itself.
Android developers have taken Google+ integration one step further in Google Play Services with “Google+ Sign-in,” that let’s you sign into an Android app with your Google credentials, allowing for an even better experience.
To deter new users from downloading Falcon Pro, after reaching the 100k Twitter token limit, the price has been upped to a hefty $132.13.
Originating from “two people with knowledge of the situation, the report says negotiations are currently underway between Google and music labels.
It makes perfect sense for the tech giant to move into the music streaming business, and, according to the Financial Times, that is precisely what Google is doing.
Today’s app review takes a closer look at Die For Metal. It’s a difficult platformer game with a lot of ways to die. Oh, and there is a lot of metal.
Motorola is trying to win over some new customers by giving away $50 Google Play credit. Head inside for the list of eligible devices and other details.