If you’re like me, you probably have over 80 application installed on your Android device. If you have the space, why not use it? But there is a down side to having that many applications installed – regular app updates from developers who are constantly tweaking their apps to make them better. Whenever a developer ... Read More »
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Yesterday was a real action packed thrill ride of an event from Google. Along with the reveal that they apparently have a squad of elite extreme athletes prepared to invade a keynote at any moment, they also imparted a flood of new info on us and I’m going to endeavor to cover some of the ... Read More »
Checking the overall rating and reading through recent feedback on an app or game in Google Play can be a great way to get a feel for what to expect from it.
This is all the more critical for paid apps, as 15 minutes isn’t really enough time to get a solid impression ... Read More »
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The Nexus name has come under some serious fire lately; and I can’t deny playing my part in that. Thanks to botched updates, carrier control and an absolutely horrendous initial rollout, Google’s Nexus line just ain’t what it used to be. So why then, did I just recently purchase a Galaxy Nexus as ... Read More »
Google has allowed carrier billing as a payment option for Android apps since 2009, but this week they expanded this service to include all types of digital content on the Google Play Store. Select customers can now purchase apps, music, movies, and books, by charging them directly to their monthly carrier bill.
T-Mobile appears to ... Read More »
If things go according to plan, Angry Birds Space should now be available on the Amazon Appstore right here. The game will be available for free with ads, $0.99 for the ad-free version, or $2.99 for a special HD version made for Kindle Fire. Amazon also has a ton of plush ... Read More »
We post several hundred Android related blog posts every month, but the reality is that only a few stories generate the majority of the buzz. It is easy to pick out the trends each week to see what things people are searching for and which stories are getting the most engagement, so I figured we ... Read More »
Google is slowly but surely trying to build up a full content ecosystem to compete with the likes of Apple’s iTunes and Amazon’s store. The search giant has added books, movies, and music to its content repertoire, and according to a rumor posted on the unofficial Google news site Google Operating System, 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 ... Read More »