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Google now allows paid applications from Chinese developers

Some Chinese developers haven't fully optimized their apps on Google Play because the Internet giant has not allowed them to list their paid apps. But that will soon change as Google finally allowed the Chinese geeks to offer paid apps and in-app purchases to more than 130 countries. Just recently, Google added more countries with Developer and Google Wallet Merchant registrations. It's finally coming to China which means developers can start selling their apps to majority of the Android users spread out in 130 countries.

Dot Dot game lands on Android

We are always keen for a new game to play around here, and a new one has landed recently on Google Play called Dot Dot. The game sounds simple enough, but promises to be very challenging as it moves on. In the game, players line up dots to match other dots on the screen.

Google Play Movies and TV app gets updated

Who doesn’t want to end a tiring day watching your favorite TV show or a movie? I couldn’t think of one because most geeks I know are entertainment buffs too. Android fans should get more excited now that Google just updated the the Google Play Movies and TV app.

Checky app tracks how often you check your phone

Have you ever wondered how many times per day you check your smartphone? Many of us probably check our phones lots more than we realize. A new app is available for Android devices called Checky that will track exactly how much of a phone checking habit you have.

Google Play Games quietly rolls out Nearby Players feature

Playing Google Play Games could be more fun and exciting if you see nearby players enjoying the same game as you. The Google Play Services app was recently updated to include a new street view API, some more bug fixes, and updates to activity recognition, Instant Buy APIs, and Play Games services. Some users have noted that the “Nearby Players” feature is also available and has been enabled on their phones.

Just Dance Now uses Android smartphone as a controller

Just Dance has proven to be a very popular game on a range of game consoles. The game has people dance to current pop music and scoring points for hitting the right moves. Just Dance has been updated recently for smartphone users and is available on Google Play now.

Google Play Music now available in Brazil, Uruguay

Google Play Music is now accessible in Uruguay and Brazil. The two have been added to the long list of countries getting the service. This means audiophiles who live in the south of Equator can now back up their music album to Google’s servers and access them from any mobile device or web browser.

Automate creates automated tasks using flow charts

One of the cool things about Android is that there are apps out there for just about anything you might want to do with your device. For instance, if you want to create some sort of automated task for your phone to do, you can get an app like Automate. Automate is currently in beta form and it allows you to set up automation for all sorts of things using flow charts.
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