Facebook Home is finally here for a select few. We all knew that Facebook Home would arrive today, and now it appears to finally be available. This morning we reported that both Facebook and their messenger apps received updates prepping for Home, and now Home has just hit the Play Store - although it appears to be slowly rolling out.
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Google launched an all-new and improved Play Store yesterday. They completely redesigned the Play Store and today in celebration it looks like they want to reward all of you Android faithful over on Twitter. Starting a new campaign asking users to tell them what their #favoritethings are.
released a new and totally improved Google Play Store with a completely new design. This is a big change from the previous version and they've introduced larger HD images and app artwork, and a card style layout that's easier to navigate. However, the new version went back to the old school white color theme with green everywhere of old. If you want the Play Store back to black, we have you covered.
announced and released the all-new Google Play Store version 4. This morning they confirmed the new Play Store was real and coming soon, and stated it would be rolling out in the coming days and weeks. Obviously we've already posted the download files, but below you'll get a hands-on look at what is new, how it looks on a tablet, and a comparison with the old version.
Backflip Studios have announced an all-new more fun, exciting, and better Paper Toss 2.0 for Android. It's been available for a few days in the Play Store, and somehow we missed it but check it out below.
Google Play Store version 4.0 for Android that we've been seeing leaks of the past few weeks is finally official. This morning Google confirmed the new design themselves, and now we have what you all want. And that is the new Play Store available for download. Check out what's new below, then hit the download link.
Facebook Home social network experience for Android has been revealed. It's the companies own fresh take on how Android should feel, completely wrapped in Facebook's world. There's still plenty of questions regarding the future of Facebook on mobile, and the regular app, but for now we had a few comments regarding how the newly announced Facebook Home app will differ from the experience out of the box - like with the embedded and integrated system of the HTC first phone.