We all know those suspicious ads: “Complete surveys and get paid! Earn eleventy billion dollars a week on surveys!” It’s almost always fake, and when it isn’t, the payout isn’t good. Always be suspicious of those kinds of sites. Unless it’s coming from Google; then things are a little different.
Google’s latest app is called ... Read More »
Recently, the Google Play Store has been the subject of several different leaks and rumors, one of the more notable ones being the addition of the sliding “hamburger” menu that Google is so fond of. Tonight, we’re seeing that rumor come to life with a small update to the Play Store. This update does indeed ... Read More »
With so much hubbub about the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat, we can’t help but get excited when new information is coming out. First, we got to see the Nexus 5 on the Play Store for only $349, though ... Read More »
When Android was first released, application downloads did not look promising. One major reason was poor app selection; you can’t download something that isn’t there. As app available grew on Android, so did total downloads. Still, iOS outclassed Android by far when it came to app downloads, especially with such a strong head start.
Overtime, ... Read More »
The latest redesign of the Play Store brought with it a significantly overhauled look and feel for all users, but it also brought with it a hint for Google Glass owners that they might have access to the Play Store someday soon.
As you can see in the image above “Google Glass 1″ ... Read More »
Both the 8 and 16GB versions of the white Nexus 4 have been shifted to “no longer available for sale” after just over a month in the Play Store. This device was basically the celebrity marriage of Android phones with rumors about it swirling for months and then just a ... Read More »
This week Google started selling their Nexus Q, the “first social streaming media player”, for $299 and they expect orders to start shipping in 2-3 weeks. Google’s Nexus 7 tablet has been a massive hit and retailers have had trouble keeping it in stock, but don’t expect that problem with the ... Read More »
Google I/O is set to take off this week, and we’re slowly learning what Google may have in store for the next version of Android. Aside from a Nexus Tablet certain to make its debut at the show, the operating system the tablet will run on, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, will ... Read More »
Google+ is going local with Zagat, the restaurant ratings and review company Google acquired back in September 2011. Starting today, Google is rolling out an update to it’s Google+ web front, which adds a local tab to help users discover venues based on their Zagat score and recommendations from people you ... Read More »
Like it or not, the freemium model is here to stay. Last year, Google started allowing in-app purchases for applications on the Play Store, allowing developers to put out a bare-bones application for free and charge customers for additional content from within the app itself. This move only applied to the Play Store, ... Read More »