Even though it hasn’t developed in the same way as other platforms, mobile gaming has taken off in a big way. Google has been working to enhance the experience for Android users with Google Play Games, its service that enables ranking, recommendations and now a new feature that should make plenty of mobile ... Read More »
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As the year rapidly draws to a close, we’re in for a deluge of 2014 retrospectives, and Google is getting in on the act early.
The massive infographic below lists the most popular content within each category of Google Play.
Most things will come as no surprise (apparently this Facebook thing is a big deal), ... Read More »
If you took a survey of Android fans asking what their favorite day of the week is, I bet that many would answer “Wednesday.” And that’s not because they can go around saying “Uh-oh, guess what day it is.” No, it’s because Wednesday is the day that Google often Read More »
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Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently-upgraded apps for the week. I’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than going after the apps with the ... Read More »
Hexage has made some fantastic games in the past, like Radiant Defense and Robotek. Their newest release is called Reaper, an action RPG side scroller. But this game differs a bit from their older ones. Instead of the simple shapes and bright colors, Reaper looks a lot more detailed and artistic.
In Reaper, you will ... Read More »
A lot of people who like Android opt for iOS tablets for college. A huge part of this is due to textbook availability. That’s an amazing feature that adds a lot of worth to iOS, and Google knows that. At Google’s event today, they have announced textbook availability in Google ... Read More »
With the surprise unveiling and immediate release of Google Play yesterday, the folks at Google are clearly thinking along the lines of platform unification. The Play moniker is used on both the Android and web store experience, and was a means of showing that Google offers these services to more than just Android users. ... Read More »