Google has been expanding and improving their Play Store since its birth, and today is no different. While we aren't getting a new layout, improved features, or any of those things today they've announced a neat new feature for companies and businesses. Google has just detailed what they're calling Play Store Private Channels. A place to distribute apps privately to customers or employees.
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Google up in Mountain View announced some awesome news for Android developers, especially if you're a developer that works with apps taking advantage of Google Maps. Today they launched an update to the Google Maps Android API that opens the door for developers to use the comprehensive and extensive amount of options and features available from Google Maps.
Gmail. Today Google has finally updated their mail application for all Android 4.0 and above devices. This update was much anticipated and brings tons of awesome new features to those not enjoying a Nexus device. Now everyone with an up to date phone can enjoy pinch-to-zoom and more.
LG Nexus 4 smartphone up for sale on the Google Play Store for the second time in two weeks, and it sold out pretty much just as fast as the first round. Google's new Nexus is either extremely popular and seeing an unaccounted for demand, or they need some serious work on their sales skills. The Play Store became almost unusable as Google warned users they still had stock, and to keep trying as it was experiencing a heavy load. Now lets talk shipping.
Google's at it again this afternoon and they've just updated their popular Chrome Browser for Android. It's one of our favorites, but could still use plenty of work. While today we aren't getting new features, the guys from Mountain View have updated the app with bug fixes, stability fixes, and hope to improve performance across the board.
announced that Google Books will now be available for pre-order. The "New and coming soon" section will now show upcoming books before they hit the store, and users anxious to virtually flip through those pages can pre-order and get it right on release day.
Google selling devices in their own Store has slowly but surely became an absolute disaster. Users all over the place are having a nearly impossible time buying themselves a shiny new LG Nexus 4 or Nexus 10. Earlier we reported that Google announced more stock would be available at 12 PST, then they apparently "sold out" within a matter of minutes. That isn't the case though, read on below for more details.
AnTuTu Benchmark has just received a massive update to v3.0 that brings an entire new experience. They've added support for tons of popular devices, improved the user interface, and added more testing options and even a compare tool.