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Google Play Games Services is a service that helps developers with building games that are fully feature on the online side, like achievements, leaderboards, and more. Unfortunately, not all of those features are being used.
It can be tough to navigate the Play Store and find a quality new app, but Google is making that process easier with its Free App of the Week section.
The Free App of the Week section is exactly what it sounds like: a ... Read More »
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Google Play is officially five years old! Five years ago today, Google Play was introduced to rebrand and encapsulate the Android Market and its associated services like Google Music. Many of us didn’t like the change at first, but it was definitely a good one.
To celebrate the birthday of Google ... Read More »
Google is improving the Play Store for Android, but rather than focus on the users this time around, the company is focusing on developers. It introduced some tweaks to help developers with apps, and games in particular, on the Play Store.
The first tweak is a change to the algorithm that promotes games. Rather than ... Read More »
The app management screen in the Google Play Store is pretty rudimentary. You get a list of installed apps and a list of all apps you’ve previously installed. That may change soon.
The images you see above reportedly show how the new app management screen will soon look. There is a separate tab for updates ... Read More »
The latest update to the Google Play Music app for Android didn’t introduce any major features, but new code inside the app hints at a future one. There’s a string of code referencing an autoplay feature that will “Automatically start music when you open the app.”
There are also references to more quality control, like audio ... Read More »
Google is now offering a longer free trial for Google Play Music than usual. You can try the service for free for four months, which includes the unlimited music streaming as well as offline and ad-free YouTube courtesy of the YouTube Red subscription you get with it.
The deal should only be valid to new customers ... Read More »
Near the end of October, Barnes and Noble’s newest tablet made the FCC rounds, pointing to a bit of a change of pace for the book seller when it comes to its tablet efforts. Namely, the inclusion of Google Play Services. And sure enough, that is indeed the case.
Barnes & Noble has made ... Read More »
Music recommendations for streaming services have grown up quite a bit, and machine learning is looking to help quite a bit more.
Google has officially built machine learning into Play Music, which will now play a key role when it comes to recommending music you might like. It observes more than past listening habits, though, with Play ... Read More »