If you’re one of those people who always has buyers’ remorse after purchasing an app, whether it’s $0.99 or $9.99, you can now rest assured that your “mistake” can be corrected within two hours of buying an app or game
Android Police made an experiment on the issue of the Google Play Store’s refund time window – because it is, as stated in the Play Store’s support pages, officially at 15 minutes. This means that for purchased apps, the
Google is getting ready to begin sending refunds to those who have purchased something through Google Offers and never redeemed the deal. Whether you simply forgot to use the offer or you weren’t able to take advantage
Yesterday Google shocked many of us by dropping the price on the already affordable LG Nexus 4 smartphone by $100. Now you can get that impressive 4.7-inch quad-core powered Android 4.3 Jelly Bean flavored smartphone for only
ASUS has taken to Twitter to clear up a little confusion in regards to the refund vouchers they are issuing for people who bought a Nexus 7 just before the price drop. ASUS took to Twitter to let everyone know that any tablets
We have some good news today for the multiple readers that purchased Google’s awesome Nexus 7 tablet late last month, only to find out on the 29th that Google dropped the price of the 16GB tablet $49 dollars. Earlier today
Today Google has made a rather large update to their Android Market now known as the Google Play Store. While many are reporting that they’ve taken steps to kill annoying in-app ads, that is only the beginning.
I must say this news is some interesting news that is for sure. Apparently more than a few people are upset with Google and their 15-Minute refund policy window in the Android Market (us included). According to the Taipei Times,