Happy Birthday! Angry Birds has turned three today and to celebrate Rovio have given us some brand new content.
Google has announced on its Android Developers blog that it is rolling out the new in-app billing version 3 for Android developers. The system that allows developers to sell content to their users through Android apps was improved in this update and makes it easier for developers to implement in-app purchases.
Sony has just released the Xperia Lounge app, packed with with news, competitions and promotions.
A new report by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says that many of the apps which are designed for children collect data about the devices the kids are using without informing parents. The apps, which are available for Android via Google’s Play Store and for iOS via Apple’s iTunes app store, send information from the mobile device to ad networks, analytics companies, or other third parties.
Android users who are fans of the the television show Top Gear may want to check out a new game. It’s called Top Gear Stunt School Revolution and it is now available in the Google Play Store.
After bringing Google Play Movies to Australia and Canada – as well as making it available in UK, Germany, and France – Google has announced that it is opening the door to its bustling movie and book store for Brazilian customers.
Finally putting the weary minds of many Nexus 4 owners at ease, we’re now hearing reports that the black bumper for the latest Nexus phone is on its way to some lucky UK customers.
As part of its 10 year anniversary celebration, Rockstar Games, in cooperation with War Drum Studios, has finally released Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for Android. The game features high-resolution graphics, updated controls, and a number of interesting new features such as MoGa Wireless Game Controller compatibility and fully adjustable graphic settings.
The mobile applications available for both Android and iOS alone make up a billion dollar market and provide a huge opportunity for big as well as small developers, because the possibilities of creating apps for such powerful and immensely popular platforms are limitless.
Google Play’s Private Channel enables organizations and businesses to deploy their private apps, making BYOD a more attractive proposition for employers, IT departments and employees.