In recent times, Android developers have faced an uphill battle to gain visibility among users who visit the Play Store. Because millions of applications are available on the Google Play Store, the challenge has been to get users to find your application and then to keep them engaged with it.
Google supports XP, uTorrent stops mining, Apple Watch is unavailable, switch from Spotify to Tidal, play the net neutrality game, and enjoy the new Star Wars trailer. Google Extends Chrome Support on XP Google "will continue to provide...Show More Summary
Since its introduction more than 2 years ago, Google Drive Realtime API has played a key part in helping developers integrate collaborative features for their files in Google Drive. Features have been added at a steady pace and have included undo/redo, import/export functionality, moving items between lists, and more.
Google’s upcoming mobile virtual network operating (MVNO) play may be known as “Project Fi” and offer pay per gigabyte plans, according a report today. Android Police claims in a post to have discovered an app for the service named Tycho, … Continue reading ?
So, you want to start streaming video on the Internet? That’s great! Whether you want people to watch you play games, or you want to host a podcast, you will need some software to do the job. A quick look at Google will introduce you to two major players: Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) and XSplit. Show More Summary
With nearly three million active users FrostWire is one of the most popular Android apps but a few hours ago the BitTorrent client and media downloader disappeared from the Play store. Google cites a YouTube related violation of the Developer Distribution Agreement. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and anonymous VPN services.
Developers hoping to get more from their games may want to turn to Play Games Player Analytics, a set of reports that allows developers to gauge their players' experience as well as manage the business behind their games. The free tools are part of the Google Play Developer Console.
Chromebook user or not, with Google Chrome you can turn any desktop, laptop, or tablet into a powerful machine for work and play. I showed you how you can make Firefox a supercharged workspace. If Chrome is your browser of choice, you can apply the same strategy here. Show More Summary
A new computer running Google Chrome OS called Chromebit, is a full computer on a USB sized device. Plug and Play on any display, attach a keyboard and mouse and... Read full original article at Google Chromebit: Smallest Plug-n-Play Computer Under $100 ©2015 QuickOnlineTips. Show More Summary
Celebrate 1st April by playing PacMan online in Google Maps right now. If you visit Google Maps – you can play the amazing game and enjoy the classic game, though it... Read full original article at Play PacMan Online In Google Maps ©2015 QuickOnlineTips. Show More Summary
Google is opening a new front in the competition over the public cloud with the introduction of a mobile monitoring app to complement its infrastructure-as-a-service platform. Google is playing catch-up in this area with Amazon, however, which introduced a mobile … Continue reading ?
Google at its best. It’s not just a funny joke — the game is actually pretty fun to play. And I do love Pac-Man. ?
Google has made some changes to the way it runs its Play Store. The alterations will impact developers, but not in a big way. First, human beings are now reviewing apps before they are published, and second, Google wants all apps rated for content.
Ratings for mobile games are nothing new, but Google has decided to take it a step further by using a global age rating on all apps on the Google Play appstore. So now not only will games like Clash of Clans … Continue reading ?
Sarah Perez, reporting for TechCrunch: According to Purnima Kochikar, Director of Business Development for Google Play, Google has been working to implement the new app review system for over half a year. The idea, she says, was to figure...Show More Summary
The new Google Store, Cards Against Humanity, extended iTunes downtime, an updated Chromebook Pixel, Jay Z starts streaming, and the notion of a troll-free Internet. Google Launches the Google Store Google is serious enough about hardware at this point that it has launched a dedicated online store packed full of branded devices. Show More Summary
Microsoft patches problems, Facebook is no longer Feeling Fat, Uber wants women, iPhone Google Calendar, PlayStation lands in China, and playing Snake in a water fountain. Microsoft Squashes Two Old Bugs It gets draughty in the Microsoft offices so they keep having to apply patches to the windows. Show More Summary
Google launches an AdWords app for Android that is now available in the Play store.
New net neutrality rules, Facebook prevents suicide, Apple Watch is launching soon, play Fable for free, Google hates Apple, and the Toejam & Earl sequel hits Kickstarter. The FCC Preserves Net Neutrality The @FCC just voted to keep the internet open & free. Show More Summary
Google announced this morning that its bringing a familiar feature from Web search over the Google Play Store: paid search results for mobile apps. Mobile app developers will now have the ability to pay to promote their app on the Google Play store and have it prominently featured when people are searching for apps within that category. Show More Summary