Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about Mortal Kombat X, A woman who “lost” thousands in the Play Store, and more Android apps news!
Both stores offer at least 1 million apps and both have downloads measured in the billions, what other factors distinguish one store from the other?
A federal judge involved with the disputes has agreed to stay a series of lawsuits involving Google and Rockstar (Apple) while the two come to a settlement and Rockstar looks to wind-down its operations.
The argument that Android is popular because it’s cheap rather than because it is good has been bouncing around the interwebs for years now. Is the platform’s success based on price?
Distimo have released a fascinating report into the performance of Apple and Google’s app stores throughout 2012. We dissect some of the data and find out what the most popular apps are, which country download the most stuff and importantly who makes the most money.
Google CEO Larry Page sat down with Forbes to discuss the future of Google and shed some light on the company’s future strategy. He also talked about competition from Apple and about Android.
The Android platform is completely dominating the smartphone market. Is it because Google is getting better at design faster than Apple is getting better at web services? We take a look at Android’s rise as Google improves the platform while Apple sticks with the same old tried and tested combination.
Is Google’s Nexus 4 better than Apple’s iPhone 5? We take a look and compare the display, design, speed, storage, cameras, value for money, and a whole lot more. Find out who wins the Nexus 4 vs iPhone 5 battle right here.
The iPad mini is not a “budget” tablet at all. With prices starting at $329 the budget Android tablet manufacturers can rest easy. The iPad mini is just another underwhelming, expensive release from Apple and this time it is a late entrant to a segment of the tablet market that is really starting to take off.
Every time a new version of the iPhone hits the market we get a slew of articles from tech writers explaining why they are switching to Apple’s latest wonderphone and leaving the fractured hell that is Android behind. Obviously this kind of article is classic clickbait and fair enough, writers want people to read their articles and it’s their job to deliver eyeballs. The fact that most of them are full of fatuous reasoning and lack any real substance is what tends to aggravate the reading public.