Google Play store has outmatched Apple's iOS App Store by as much as 10%. It also showed that Google Play is solidifying it's foothold on emerging markets.
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AdSense app for Android.
Google recently pulled a new app off of their Google Play Store due to copyright infringement claims from Apple. What was the app? An Android app that emulates the recently announced "Control Center" drawer in Apple's iOS 7. It was a complete copy of the look, feel, and basically every aspect of the upcoming iOS 7 feature, and is now readily available for Android users.
announced how well their Play Store had been doing. Claiming roughly 48 billion apps downloaded, and over 900 million Android devices in the wild. Pretty impressive feat. This week we've learned things are still on target for unprecedented growth as Google's Larry Page confirmed even more numbers during their quarterly earnings call.
Nexus 4 surfaced running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and along with it came a brand new Google Play Store version 4.2.3 for us to check out. The Android 4.3 ROM is available now, and we've also got the latest Store available for download below for those interested. Read on for more details.
Play Store web interface and along with the redesign came hints of Google Glass support. Basically if you visit the web version of the Play Store you are now able to choose Google Glass from the drop-down menu. While Google has yet to mention this change specifically, it does provide some evidence that suggests a merge may be coming soon.
We got a look at the Google Play web store redesign in early June via some leaked images, having heard at Google I/O that the Play Store would soon be given a major design change to make it resemble what we see on Android devices. That changed redesign has taken place and is now live on the web for everyone to check out.
BlackBerry has already confirmed the upcoming release of BBM for Android. The key here, despite some rumors and leaks that pointed towards a launch date of June 27th, BlackBerry has only said the app would be available sometime this summer. With that in mind, it looks like Android users may have to watch out for the fake BBM apps.
Jelly Bean keyboard to the world. The one with next-word prediction, gesture typing (like Swype and SwiftKey Flow) and much more. It's my personal favorite keyboard and they put it up for everyone on the Play Store earlier this month.