Google has quietly added a dozen new countries in which developers can apply for merchant accounts, allowing them to offer paid apps and in-app purchases.
Google is taking Android One to the Philippines. Watch out in the next few weeks for the Cherry One and MyPhone Uno, rocking Android 5.1 Lollipop.
It was a very interesting week in the world of Android. OnePlus caused quite a stir when it announced it hired key Paranoid Android developers to help create Oxygen OS. A mystery Nvidia device was teased for next month. The long awaited Xposed framework update for Lollipop finally landed. We heard several credible reports about the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Sony introduced its low-cost Xperia E4. Lollipop updates hit more devices. Xiaomi introduced itself to the US and said it would open an accessories store later this year. And we heard rumors about Google’s plans with Android One and a new payment service.
Google has launched their latest Android commercial, last time was cute animals, this time is high flying high-fives and some monstrously skillful fist bumps. “Be together. Not the same.”
According to a new report, Google may be looking for ways to subsidize data costs for Android handsets in emerging markets.
On April 20th, 2015, we will say goodbye to Helpouts for the final time. For most people, it won’t matter much. Let’s take a look at what happened.
Google and Mattel have partnered up to release a new View-Master headset powered by your smartphone.
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about free cloud storage, a well designed horror game, Xposed Framework, and more Android apps news!
According to data from Crittercism, application crash rates are .2% lower on devices running Lollipop than devices running iOS 8.
According to NBC Miami, Miami police officers have been reporting false data to Waze in revenge for reporting the location of law enforcement officers.