Audiobooks have certainly picked up attention over the years, and Google is finally jumping on board the idea.
Google is getting on the holiday bandwagon with its 12 Days of Play holiday deals on movies, apps, games, music, and more through January 2.
Google today announced that starting from August 2019, Android apps will need to support 64-bit chipsets. While Google added 64-bit support to Android with the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop in 2015, developers were under no compulsion to add support for them.
Jumping on the Black Friday bandwagon, Google has launched a slew of deals across books, movies, music, and apps on the Google Play Store.
Back at Google I/O this year, Google announced Play Protect — a rebrand of the company’s security offerings to help safeguard Android devices from malware and malicious apps. Starting from today, Google is rolling out its Play Protect home screen to all Android devices running the latest version of Google Play Services.
Finding new content can be tough, especially when there are not only so many apps and games out there, but so many great ones, too.
Most Google-branded phones, including the Pixel and the Pixel XL, come with built-in data saving features to help users cut down on mobile data. This feature is also found on the Google Chrome desktop browser as well as a handful of smartphones with stock Android. The company is now testing a new app called “Triangle” in the Philippines, which gives users additional control over their data usage by allowing them to restrict data to certain apps and also keep an eye on apps that eat up too much data.
Google has updated the Play Store to version 8.0, which brings one crucial cosmetic tweak on board. With this update, users will be able to find the changelog of a particular app right on the update screen, letting them know of any small or major changes made to the app right there.
Google today announced its first store-wide summer sale on the Play Store. The sale will see the price of many popular games and apps dropping down to $0.99 or down by 80% of their regular price, with popular movie rental prices also dropping to a dollar.
Google recently revamped its Editors’ Choice section on the Google Play Store, and today, it is adding a new ‘Android Excellence’ collection to it. This will be a new collection of apps and games hand-picked by Google offering an incredible user experience by following the best practices recommended by Google, localisation, and more.