We Android fans had a pretty big day today, with some very noteworthy news stories hitting throughout. Apple and Samsung have gone back before Judge Lucy Koh to continue discussions about the trial that ended with a $1 billion
Google announced a lot of information today regarding their popular and growing social network Google+. Stating they have passed over 500 million users and around 235m active users. Pretty impressive numbers to say the least. The
Today, Google announced that it is bringing Snapseed to Google Play. The new app is available now on Google Play. You can head to Google Play, to get the app now, although some users are getting errors when clicking on the link.
Gone are the days of leaving anonymous review on the Google Play Store. Now, Google's application store show Google+ profile photos and names on reviews, so no longer can users hide behind some made up user name. Google rolled
It looks like some big changes are coming to Google Play. In an APK Teardown from the folks at Android Police, they discovered some pretty massive changes coming to the service. The first one involves a more heavy implementation
If you're the type of person who likes to recommend apps to friends, then pay attention to this next bit of news. Google has added a new feature to Google+ that allows for one-click Android app installs right there in the feed.
There's certainly a lot of excitement surrounding Google's new line up of Nexus devices, and Android director of user services Matias Duarte has hopped on Google Plus to answer the questions Nexus fans undoubtedly have. Android
At this point, we can be pretty confident that Google is planning to reveal a brand new Nexus phone that's made by LG, but just in case you needed more evidence, it seems that a couple Google and LG employees are more than happy
Google has just launched a new version of its Google+ application. This new version is primarily focused on Google+ pages, which are aimed towards business owners. With this new version, page owners can use their Android devices
In what looks like a normal photo posted to Google+ by Google's very own Vic Gundotra, you'll quickly notice how the photo was shared to the social network site -- Snapseed. For those that aren't familiar, Snapseed is the