Google announced “Instant Apps” back at its I/O conference back in 2016. The initial aim of the project was to let Android users quickly try an app they discovered through Google Search without actually downloading and installing the app onto their device.
That idea is now extending into the Play Store directly ... Read More »
Pretty much every manufacturer has uploaded a suite of apps to the Play Store. This makes it easier to update them, adding features and fixing bugs without pushing a large software update out to devices.
OnePlus is finally joining the party by putting its launcher up on the Play Store, following Read More »
Motion Stills was a previously iOS-exclusive app that allowed you to capture Live Photos which the app then stabilized and created loops out of. You could then share them as GIFs. It’s no secret that Google’s internal app teams love iOS, but now Android is finally getting some of that love.
Content curation is a major focus for a lot of companies these days, usually as a means to help customers find music, games, or other content.
Google is no stranger to having people curate content for its digital storefronts, but it is getting even more curated content beginning today, thanks to “editorial pages” inside the Editors’ Choice section. ... Read More »
Google has announced that Chrome for Android has been updated to version 58.0.3029.83, and it includes some nice improvements. Downloads can now be managed on the Downloads page, the history page has been redesigned to make it easier to wipe your data, and long pressing a link ... Read More »
Areo is a new Google app and service that is currently only available in Bangalore and Mumbai, two cities in India. It allows you to order food delivery as well as services like a plumber, electrician, carpenter, and more.
Why no one has combined these services into one app before is a mystery, but Google did it ... Read More »