Google Play is officially five years old! Five years ago today, Google Play was introduced to rebrand and encapsulate the Android Market and its associated services like Google Music. Many of us didn’t like the change at first, but it was definitely a good one.
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Google Now has fast become a flagship feature of Android, constantly evolving to provide users with a constant stream of automated relevant information. An update to Google Search for Android today has brought some increased functionality to Google Now, and the addition of a new homescreen widget.
Added to Google Now today, movie cards now ... Read More »
If there’s anyone that can take on the streaming giants like Hulu, Netflix and Amazon, it’s Redbox Instant by Verizon. Announced today, consumers will finally be able sign up for Redbox Instant and download the Android app this March.
Redbox’s answer to subscription based movie streaming has been in beta for several weeks now, with ... Read More »
Yesterday Google announced they had recorded 25 billion downloads from the Google Play store and they placed the top Android apps on sale for $0.25 to celebrate. Today they have a fresh selection of books, magazines, movies, and music to choose from. If you have never purchased other types of content from Google Play, ... Read More »
Exactly three weeks ago, Hulu released its Android app to the Market. However, the app was only compatible with a handful of devices. Thankfully, the company is currently working to bring the popular service to more Android phones. Today it announced four more phones will allow you to enjoy watching TV shows and movies ... Read More »
Google just took the wraps off a new version of the Market app, and all we can say is: “Wow.” This new version of the Market is, without question, one of Google’s most beautiful and easy to use Android applications. The Mountain View company has completely overhauled the way the Market works, looks ... Read More »
Completely out of left field, this morning Hulu released an official app for Android. The app is free to download but requires a Hulu Plus subscription to view most of the content. And the app will initially be available only for the following devices:
Nexus One Nexus S HTC Inspire 4G Motorola Droid ... Read More »
To perk up another slow work week we’re here with a fresh installment of Midweek Madness. If you’re not familiar with the practice Midweek Madness, we like to give things away on Wednesdays. If you are familiar, you know what happens next.
We’ve got a huge sack of movie tickets to give out! Movie Night ... Read More »
Jealous of the iPhone folks that can rent movies straight from iTunes? Well, Google has just announced that you will now be able to rent movies through the Android Market. Chris, from Android Services, has demonstrated how it operates, and it works very conveniently, even for those that have more than one device.
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IMDB, the Internet Movie DataBase, has released an Android application, providing Android users to find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, get TV listings, track DVD/Blu-Ray releases, explore popular charts and top 100/250 lists, and search their database of over 1.5 million movies and TV shows.
Personally, I’m very excited for this release (and have been ... Read More »