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Play Store a couple of months back. Today we're getting our first look at the all-new redesigned Play Store for the web, and apparently this new look will be coming extremely soon to a web browser near you.
announced an all-new and improved Gmail for desktop and mobile, and today it's finally hitting devices. After first pushing the new and organized Gmail to desktops, today the app has arrived in the Play Store for some. Again, this is a slow staged rollout and isn't appearing for everyone, but we have a few download links below to keep things simple.
have passed the 50 billion downloads mark, and Android doing the same getting to 48 billion as of late. While both numbers are impressive it looks like our good friend Android is beating Apple on the daily.
T-Mobile announced the immediate availability of the White Nexus 4 earlier this morning and it looks like the handset has also arrived in the Google Play Store. The Play Store listing has the handset available in an 8GB and 16GB model and they are priced at $299 and $349 respectively. Or perhaps more important for those who have already made up their minds and are ready to move forward with a purchase -- they are shown as being in stock and shipping in 1 to 2 business days.
Google Music, Chrome beta and stable, and now Google Calendar. We're getting some much needed features today that should help all those busy folks clean up their calendar and more. Read on for the changelog and additional details.
Google had more than just a brand new overhauled Gmail to share with the Android world today. They've also started pushing out a slight update to their Play Store and it's arriving on users devices as we speak. Sadly it is just a minor update but we have the download available after the break.
Tapatalk beta to play with. This latest is available by way of the Google Play Store and has arrived as Tapatalk 4. We suspect the Tapatalk name will be familiar for many, however for those who may not be as familiar -- this is the app you will want if you find yourself browsing community forums from your smartphone or tablet.