YouTube app recently arrived in the Play Store. This update was on the smaller side and included a few improvements as well as some bug fixes. But along with the details of what has been added and/or improved this time around, it looks like the APK file for the app is holding some secrets in terms of what may be coming with future updates.
AT&T is slowly moving away from plans that revolve around voice calls and text messages towards more data-centric offerings.
Google Music All Access has you covered. The service that delivers your own personal cloud of music, up to 20,000 songs, radio stations like Pandora, and access to millions of songs on-demand like Spotify. Announced in May at Google I/O this is a reminder that their introductory price is about to end.
Google would be introducing some sort of paid channel subscription service for YouTube. Paying a monthly fee to watch your favorite YouTuber. Many were expecting something quite large, but today Google quietly confirmed that starting today this is real and available now in a small pilot program.
Google could have planned for YouTube. Obviously YouTube isn't showing any signs of slowing down, but they might as well improve it and capitalize on the billions of viewers, right? Today we're hearing YouTube will announce paid channel subscriptions soon, possibly sometime this week.
Facebook, and we have some details regarding the latest version of YouTube for Android. Today, Google rolled out an update to YouTube that brought a few new features, fixed some pesky bugs, and added more options for content creators to brand their channel and more. For those interested we have the changelog after the break.
T-Mobile camp. It looks like those folks are looking to shake up the mobile industry and make some massive changes. T-Mobile hopes to completely get rid of device subsidies attached to contracts and such starting early next year. This means no more discounted phones and 2-year contracts, instead you'll be on value plans and make payments towards your purchase.
Nexus 7 tablet with subscriptions. For only £50 and a £4 a week subscription, users can grab a 32GB Nexus 7 tablet. Normally, the 32GB version of the Nexus 7 sells for £199.
Android Developers sent out a tweet announcing the Google Play store's newest feature: try-and-buy for in-app subscriptions. This follows the in-app subscription feature - which was announced in May - to give developers more control over their apps and how they potentially gain new customers. Try-and-buy will only be available on apps where the developer has elected to offer a free trial period.