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App Annie adds more countries to Google Play Top Charts

San Francisco-based analyst firm`and business intelligence company App Annie recently started to track the top ranking apps across more markets and regions. The company has been tracking the app ecosystem but the mobile industry continues to grow not only in the US but also in other countries. Emerging markets today are showing drastic changes and rapid increase in app downloads.

Google update spree: Play Store, Hangouts, Drive

MWC 2015 isn't enough to keep Google from doing its weekly update duties and this week, we're getting a taste of quite a few big ones. And now, this time it isn't just about Material Design, but the changes do improve on the overall user experience as well as the user interface of some apps. Play Store gets a new and better landscape layout, Hangouts gets a new contact card format, and Drive adds drag and drop organization on mobile.

Google Play hosts 3rd Birthday Sale

Someone...err, something is turning a year older. It's Google Play's 3rd birthday and Google wants us to join the celebration by holding a special sale for all the Android lovers. Google has recently marked down prices on a few movies, apps, games, music, books, and TV shows on Play Store. Most premium apps are now available for as low as $0.10. The Internet giant definitely knows that Android fans are suckers for free or discounted apps and other stuff so it's hosting this special sale.

Google pilot tests mobile app ads in Play Store

With more than one billion people now using Android devices, being an app developer can be heavenly at this point, until you see that there are also over one million apps clamoring for mobile users' attention in the Google Play Store. While Google has offered a lot of tips and tricks on how to get discovered among the many apps out there, it is still only now that they're experimenting with bringing mobile app ads in search results to the Play Store.

12 more countries can now sell paid apps on Google Play Store

As Google continues to extend their digital domain through various products and through the Android platform, they have been opening their doors to more than just North America and Europe. In fact, a lot of their programs and updates have been looking towards to developing markets like Asia, Africa, and South America. Now Google has announced that 12 more countries have been added to their list and app developers here can now sell paid apps to their market.

Gunner Z arrives for Android, turret zombie blasting promised

BitMonster, makers of the turret zombie blasting game Gunner Z has now brought that specific game from iOS over to Android, opening up full zombie blasting action for Android users. You might assume you know how a zombie game usually works, but Gunner Z just adds a lot of fun into it.

The Score is a groundbreaking dedicated eSports news app

In a highly connected and digital world, it’s a wonder that eSports – that is, competitive video-gaming – has not really come into its own yet, and continues to remain a domain that is mostly known in computer nerd/geek/aficionado communities and little much else. That is to say, it has not yet grown into the awareness of mainstream societies that there are actually players who video-game for a living. Enter this new app – The Score – which is groundbreaking in a lot of ways as it brings up-to-date eSports news to everyone on Android.

Broadsword: Age of Chivalry is a Tegra-optimized strategy game

When we hear the word “chivalry”, that medieval term has somehow been equated to being a gentleman (in the modern sense of the word). In the Middle Ages, chivalry was usually about the correct and proper way of fighting. Well, there’s certainly lots of fighting in Broadsword: Age of Chivalry, a turn-based strategy game with graphics that can scale up to devices that are NVIDIA Tegra-powered.

Some malware masquerading as legit apps on Google Play Store

Anti-virus giant Avast sounded off an alarm for mobile Android users, saying that for the past months, some malware and adware have been masquerading as legitimate apps downloadable from the Google Play Store. Although the apps they identified have since then deleted by Google, who knows what damage they've done to unsuspecting users who thought they were just downloading a game or an app that would have made their lives easier.

Vektor: The Courier bike chase game arrives for Android

We haven’t had a fun endless runner in a while now, but it looks like Vektor: “The Courier” is set to change that situation. Imagine endless running in a high-tech, futuristic backdrop – that’s something I haven’t seen done yet. Or at least, we haven’t seen it done well enough to interest us. Maybe this game changes that.
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