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 »
Google Keyboard for Android is now officially called Gboard, mirroring the Gboard keyboard released for iOS. This update changes the name and adds a lot of features people have been asking for. Here’s a full changelog:
G button (enabled in settings) offers quick access to search from the keyboard ... Read More »
The Google Play Store is pretty secure, but fake reviews are still a problem (like they are across many services). Google is working hard to improve the review process and has announced that it has improved fake review detection.
Google says that if developers are using an agency to promote their app, that they should make ... Read More »
Some people are getting a new prompt when trying to download an app in the Play Store over mobile data. The prompt offers to delay the app download until you’re on WiFi. Before, you’d be prompted to connect to WiFi or cancel the download. When you connect to Wi-Fi, the download will automatically begin.
Google has released the Android distribution numbers for the seven-day period ending on September 5, and things are looking good for Marshmallow. Android 6.0 grew over 3.5 percent since last month and it’s now up to 18.7 percent.
Almost one-fifth of the Android market is a large chunk, but we ... Read More »
Google wants to make it easier than ever to share content, from apps and games to movies and books, with your family members. To do that, the company has announced and launched the Google Play Family Library.
With Family Library, sharing a variety of content, from movies, TV shows, books, comic books, and even ... Read More »
No one likes having to dig through their apps to figure which ones to delete after getting a dreaded “Not enough space” message, but for app junkies the struggle is real. Thankfully, help is on the way from the Google Play Store’s Uninstall Manager.