Nexus 4 illusive would be an understatement. It sold out on Google Play in less than 30 minutes. T-Mobile also ran out of the device rather quickly. Users looking to get their hands on a device have certainly faced some difficultly, but it looks like Google is getting things sorted out, as the device is finally finding itself in stock again.
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Black Friday is a day dedicated to deals. Shoppers wander around in a turkey induced stupor looking to grab insane deals for themselves and loved ones. Well, you can actually get some good savings without walking out of your house and braving the crowds thanks to generous app creators on Google Play. The popular keyboard application known as SwiftKey 3 is available for 50% off for Black Friday. Who doesn't love saving money and getting an awesome application at the same time?
Nexus 4 on launch day and thought you were in the clear, then we've got some bad news for you. It turns out that Google sold more Nexus 4s than it actually had available, as some who purchased the Nexus 4 on launch day are receiving a very disappointing email from the big G today. What does that email say? That their Nexus 4 order won't be shipping out for another three weeks.
Android 4.2 yet, but if you are, there's a pretty good chance you've encountered some issues with Google Voice. The app hasn't been functioning properly ever since Android 4.2 landed, but thankfully those frustrating days are over (at least until the next version of Android hits). Google pushed out an update for Google Voice today that fixes the app's compatibility issues with Android 4.2, and it's available on the Google Play Store now.
Google has added a new feature to Google+ that allows for one-click Android app installs right there in the feed. This means that you can suggest an app to your Google+ friends and they'll be able to download it from right from your post without ever having to go to the Google Play Store.
Evernote integration. Mysms and Evernote will now work in tandem to save logs of your text messages, creating a separate note within a dedicated notebook for each and every one of your text conversations.
NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core device, we've got some good news for you. The new games, called Zombie Driver THD, has made its way to Google Play, and it looks like a solid game. It's developed by Exor Studios, and they describe the game as having "massive amounts of zombie carnage and unprecedented destruction effects." Clearly, it is being aimed at pushing the Tegra processor to its limits.
Google Play is growing at an exponential rate. Google has just revealed that they have over 700,000 applications available on its application store. This puts them right there with Apple in terms of number of apps available on its service.