In a new mandate, Google is requiring developers of paid apps or apps with in-app purchases to list a physical address on their app details page. Jared Rummler, of JRummy Apps, pointed out the change in a new Google+ post today. He included a screenshot of the new requirement informing developers that, as of September ... Read More »
In June of 2014, Google officially introduced Android One, an initiative to make sure that stock Android is on a lot more devices across the globe on affordable devices. Now, several months later, the initiative has launched in India with support from several manufacturers, and more coming down the line.
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It’s been known since Motorola officially announced their new Moto X that the device would be sold for AT&T and Verizon, as well as offer an unlocked variant for those who prefer that route. Now, a new report states that the unlocked version may actually get its own title to help it stand ... Read More »
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Google Hangouts used to be a Google+ version of Google Talk, with the former eventually replacing the latter to be more social and more integrated into Google’s social network. However, with Google+ not achieving the popularity Google has hoped for, it looks like the company wants to make Hangouts a more separate entity. ... Read More »
The “Volantis” tablet from HTC has been tossed through the Rumor Mill more than a few times, with the first sightings dating back to mid-June. Now, a new set of legal documents from NVIDIA is lending even more credence to the upcoming tablet.
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Google has officially opened up a short period of time where Android users can request a refund of a purchase application or game from within the Play Store.
The new refund policy is now official. Google has updated their Google Play support guidelines, as reflected on the official support site, and the 2-hour window is ... Read More »
Apple, Google, and Amazon have all been under fire for their policies on in-app purchases. Many claim that it was too easy to complete these purchases, causing kids to buy hundreds or even thousands of dollars worth of crap from apps that allow it. Apple and Google have since changed their policies to make it ... Read More »
We have some excellent news for Nexus 5 owners out there, though it comes without official proof. According to reports, Google has employed a new policy that will allow owners of the Nexus 5 to get one chance to replace a damaged phone. This means that if you happen to drop your device and shatter ... Read More »
Things with Google Glass have been a bit quiet recently thanks to Android Wear and the Moto 360 stealing the spotlight. However, the smart glasses are still being worked on and awaiting a full release. And thanks to the latest changes to the Terms of Service, ... Read More »
Remember the Google News & Weather app? It’s one that I’m sure many of us have used at one time or another, but the app has been a bit neglected in recent years. That’s changing today, as the app has gotten a major update and a fresh, Material Design-ified coat of ... Read More »