This week on Google Play Weekly we talk about a potentially bad move by Google, LastPass and the Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner, and more Android apps news!
A class-action anti-trust lawsuit alleges that Google rose to the top of search because it forced its own products on Android manufacturers. The lawsuit seeks damages for individuals who have purchased artificially high priced devices due to Google’s alleged price-fixing, anti-competitive restrictions.
Today Google Search is rolling out a new update that introduces several new features, including a Parking Location card that is designed to keep tabs on where you parked.
A new back-end update to Google Search is rolling out, bringing improved hotel and restaurant finding capabilities, at least for those in the U.S.
Today Google announced plans to bring app install ads to Google Search and Youtube, as well as ads that connect directly to already installed Android apps.
Google is now expanding the ability to access app content from within Google Search, adding support for 24 new apps and rolling out the feature globally.
A new back-end update to Google Search brings two new voice commands: “Take a picture” and “Take a video”.
Google is trying its hand at a second screen experience, but won’t make you download a special app just to get some new features. Read on for more!
A new back-end Google Search update brings the ability to call or text your contacts simply by saying their family designation: mom, dad, sister and so on.
A new Google Search update is rolling out starting today, bringing UK English voice support and changing the Nexus 5 launcher’s name to the Google Now launcher.