There was more than meets the eye with this week’s rebranding of Android Market as Google Play. Accompanying the new name and look is a shift in how the store is being managed. Eric Chu, who has worked on the Android team for four-and-a-half years, is stepping away from overseeing Android’s app store and is exploring other options inside Google. Jamie Rosenberg, who has been a director of digital content for Android and was the public face for the Google Music launch, gets increased oversight for apps and games inside the store.
At the Inside Social Apps conference in San Francisco this week, Android platform manager Eric Chu admitted to the audience (and quite a bit of press) that Google is "unhappy" about the purchases of paid applications in the Android ... Read Post
Google is apparently not happy with app sales in its Android Market, and it's starting to make changes to help out developers. Android platform manager Eric Chu, speaking at the Inside Social Apps conference, described the steps Goo... Read Post