A new study looking into application stores and their ecosystem is available, showing some interesting numbers for the two main players in the business, Google and Apple.
Just yesterday we reported that the average shipping time for the 16GB Nexus 4 has gotten up to 6-7 weeks, and now it looks like we have similar bad news for the 8GB model.
The Nexus 4 fiasco continues on as the Nexus 4 16GB shipping dates keep getting longer and longer. Initially, just four days ago, Google started selling the in-demand device on their Google Play Store again, with the conservative ship date of 1-2 weeks. Just a few days later, it’s 6-7 weeks.
Sega has released a new game for us that should be received with open arms. For some, this will be all about the nostalgia. For others, a brand new experience filled with cell shaded graphics, police dodging, and tagging anything in sight with just enough spray paint. Welcome, to Jet Set Radio!
Zynga has released a new game in the Play Store that involves saving the land of Clay Jam using a bouncy, squashy, and rolling ball. The app features an interactive and fun gameplay that is suitable for children as well as grown ups. The game is available for free and features 130 quests for users to complete.
In case you happen to have purchased a new Nexus 4 smartphone or a new Nexus 7 or Nexus 10 tablet, you should know that you’re entitled to some free content for your shiny new devices.
The popular PC and console Hamilton’s Great Adventure has just dropped by Google Play and TegraZone, being up for grabs right now for $3.99. The good news – it’s much more than a basic puzzle game, featuring stunning visuals and 22 mind-boggling difficult puzzles.
It’s hard to deny the major impact that smartphones and tablets have had on the globe, especially when it comes to mobile apps. Apps have become important not only for entertainment and information, but have even impacted the way we interact with others. By the end of the year, total revenues accumulated from mobile apps will pass the $30 billion mark.
You can now pre-order books on the Play Store. There is already a very good selection available, and you will not be charged until the book is available.
Today was filled with quite a few Nexus 4-related updates. We learned that Google will only let customers purchase up to two devices and that T-Mobile received more Nexus 4 stock.