Google has just issued an update to the Google Play Store. For those that have already received it, you'll quickly notice they've added a few awesome and much awaited for features. We haven't seen an update since August, but today they've started rolling out Google Play Store version 3.9.16 to the masses. Read on below for more details and download links.
Google. On the other side of the fence, Apple is still getting a ton of grief for its new Maps app and even apologized for how awful their mapping service is. All we have to say is that it's great to be an Android user right about now.
Google Play's 25 cent app sale has kicked off, bringing a new round of discounted apps and games with it. We already saw some great deals on day one and day two, and there isn't any lack of them today either. The sale will go on for five days in all, and is a celebration of Google Play recently hitting the 25 billion downloads milestone.
Google is on a roll with the Google Maps updates lately. Earlier this week, the company announced that it had updated Google Maps Street View to include a select number of underwater locations around the world, and today, it has updated Maps once again. This time around, the big G is adding more high-resolution satellite images and a number of 45° aerial images from many places around the world.
Play Store passing the 25 billion apps downloaded milestone earlier this week, they're offering tons of the most popular apps and games all for just a quarter. Yesterday we showed you a list of plenty of popular apps, although the offers weren't that great. Today however they're all looking much better.
Android users have been frequenting the Google Play Store in a big way, with Google announcing that the store has hit 25 billion downloads. That may not seem like a big deal when you remember that the Apple Store hit 25 billion downloads earlier this year, but it's important to keep in mind that back in 2010, the Google Play Store was only at 1 billion downloads. That's a pretty significant jump in user activity (and, by extension, consumer adoption of Android), so it's only fitting that Google kicks off a new promotion to celebrate this milestone.
UK Android app updated today with some pretty cool new features.
Twitter limiting third-party clients, the social network is still working on improving their user interface to make it more user-friendly and easier on the eyes. Today they've made some significant changes to their web interface, specifically with profile pages. Users can now upload a large header photo to compliment the top of their profile page. The best part of all is that Android users can now join in on the fun.
formerly Read It Later) updated its Android app today with a new "Listen" feature that reads aloud articles to you.