Google appears destined to expand their offerings to as many markets as possible this week. On Monday, they pushed out Google Play Movies to over three dozen new countries and Google Play Music to four more. Earlier today we announced that Chromecast began selling in eleven new markets. Now, Google has expanded Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 sales to a handful of new countries as well.
Now, that’s news worth watching. Google has opened up sales of the Chromecast to eleven new countries. We knew that the Chromecast would go on sale in the UK starting tomorrow, March 19, and saw it pop up on Currys’ website earlier today for £30, but we were pleasantly surprised to see 10 more countries added to the list.
While Google hasn’t officially announced the Chromecast for any country outside the U.S. yet, we know it’s coming soon, and one U.K. retailer already has a listing for the media streaming stick. Read on for more!
Thanks to Google’s developer pages, we get a better look at the Android Wear UI and the features that the new platform brings to the table.
The Moto 360 will be voice-enabled, feature deep Google Now integration, and a fitness component. Besides that, the device looks like a beautiful conventional timepiece, with a round watchface and even a mechanical button on the right hand side.
Google just announced Android Wear, a program to extend the power of Android to smartwatches. Google will be working with consumer electronics makers and other companies to bring a lightweight and fast version of Android to wearables everywhere, and it all starts with smartwatches.
According to a new report, Google Voice may soon be fully integrated into Google Hangouts.
Available in the Play Store for free, SDFix Beta simply changes a configuration file on the phone, in order to allow apps to write anywhere on the SD card, like they could before KitKat.
Google is rolling out an update to Play Services, the collection of interfaces that Android developers can use to easily add new features to their apps.
Google has expanded their service area for Play Movies, Play Music and All Access. Over three dozen new countries around the globe now have access to Google Play Movies, bringing the total to well over 60. Four new countries gained access to Google Play Music, including the All Access subscription service, bringing the music to a total of 25 lucky countries.