Still trying to refresh the Nexus 4 homepage in the hope that it’ll magically show the phone as being in stock on Google Play? You may want to hear what Google has to say about the dire inventory situation of its Nexus devices.
They’re here folks. After making their debut in Australia and Europe a few hours (and promptly selling out), Google’s latest Nexus devices can be now bought from the US Play Store.
GoPro has officially launched an Android app. The app is available from Google Play and while it will support devices running Android 2.2 or later, you will need 4.0 ICS or later for best performance. In addition, the supported cameras are limited at this point in time.
Are you having Nexus-envy seeing the phone and tablets arriving on Google Play in other countries? You won’t have to wait for too long, since Google has confirmed the time of when the latest Nexus devices will be available for purchase in America.
Android enthusiasts in France, Germany, UK, and Spain who have been smitten by the duo Nexus devices can now order the pure Google phone and its 10-inch tablet cousin on Google Play — if they’re lucky enough.
The Android ecosystem has always been mostly about apps, with the rest of Google’s entertainment services being either unavailable to a lot of users or simply not very attractive. But with Google Play apps so close to overtaking iOS in both quality and quantity, we can finally say that Google is looking to up the ante in the music and movies departments, too.
When Asus originally announced the Nexus 7 coupon offer for those who purchased before October 29, there was a bit of confusion. And well, the company has since returned with an update that should avoid any future confusion.
Google has made inroads into the content ecosystem through Google Play, offering not only apps, but also books, movies and music. While songs and movies have been available for download by American users for some time now, coverage throughout the rest of the world has been limited. We have good news, as Google has announced the availability of songs and movies to users in additional countries this month.
Christmas comes early for folks who seemingly can’t get through one day without flashing the latest available custom ROM on their device, for Titanium Backup has been updated with a killer feature or two. The latest version of the highly popular Titanium Backup Pro app now gives users the ability to make flashable zip files of their apps and data.
With all the hype surrounding Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity, it was easy to forget that it hadn’t even been released yet. Now, the experimental game has finally been made available via the Google Play Store.