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The schoolboy who ran up a £3,000 bill through Google Play

Penny Wrinch handed her debit card details to her ‘technically savvy’ son Nick, but an error left her with financial difficulties Continue reading...

Playboy NOW app for Android is surprisingly safe for work, might actually read it for the articles

Because man cannot liveth on boobs alone, Playboy has introduced a new app into the Google Play Store that puts a focus on suitable for work articles... and babes.

New SFW ‘Playboy NOW’ application brings the news to your smartphone

In an effort to create "the greatest site the Internet has ever seen", Playboy has just released a Safe For Work news app to the Google Play Store.

Microsoft Hyperlapse App Updated, Now Supports Moto X and Other Devices

The Microsoft Hyperlapse app, launched as a beta last week, received an update last evening on Google Play. In the update, support for additional devices has been added, including the Moto X, Moto G (1st and 2nd Gen), and the GalaxyShow More Summary

Spy Agencies Wanted To Use Google Play To Install Spyware

App stores such as the iTunes App Store, Google Play, BlackBerry World, and the Windows Phone Store are meant to be safe havens for apps and its users where thanks to the review efforts, apps that are published in these stores follow a certain guideline and are generally malware-free, versus apps found on third-party stores. Show More Summary

Adobe will discontinue Photoshop Touch on May 28th

On Thursday, May 28th, Adobe will pull its Photoshop Touch app from the Google Play Store.

Telltale’s Game of Thrones Episode 4 coming to the Google Play Store on May 28th

Following the March launch of Episode 3, the fourth installment of Telltale's Game of Thrones will its way to the Google Play Store on Thursday, May 28th.

Adobe says goodbye to its Photoshop Touch app, hello to Project Rigel

Adobe's been keen on new mobile apps as of late, but today it announced the end of the road for one of its more popular pieces of software. As of next week, Photoshop Touch will no longer be available in iTunes, Google Play and other app libraries and the creative software company will not push new updates. Show More Summary

Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter Hits Google Play Next Week

Episode 4: Sons of Winter for Telltale’s Game of Thrones saga is set to release for Android devices on May 28. If you happen to play on another platform, such as Xbox One, you can expect release on May 27.  In this episode, the Forresters are scattered, and no one with allegiance to the family is safe. Show More Summary

Revealed: The NSA's plan to 'hijack' Android app stores

The NSA hatched a plan that would allow the agency to infect smartphones with malware by hijacking the Google Play and Samsung and the Samsung App Store, according to documents obtained by Edward Snowden. The documents, dated 2011 and 2012 and published by The Intercept Thursday, outline a plan codenamed "irritant horn". Show More Summary

Best alternative keyboards for the Samsung Galaxy S6

There are plenty of great keyboard choices for your GS6 right in Google Play. If we're being honest, the built-in Samsung keyboard on the Galaxy S6 just isn't that great. It puts buttons in weird places, has some odd touch responses and is generally poor at auto correct, but that doesn't mean you're stuck with it. Show More Summary

Adobe will pull Photoshop Touch from Google Play on May 28

Adobe announced that it would be discontinuing Photoshop Touch late next week. Adobe will pull Photoshop Touch from Google Play on May 28. The company believes that their new mobile apps will better meet the needs of their customers going forward. Show More Summary

Official HTC Mail App Hits Google Play, Allows for Quicker Updating

Another app has been decoupled from HTC’s software builds this week, this time being the official HTC Mail client. The app allows users to link up several email accounts from different providers such as Gmail, Yahoo, and Exchange, all...Show More Summary

Report: NSA found a way to “hijack” Google Play to install spyware on phones

Well, if you had any doubt that the NSA and national security agencies everywhere didn't have the capability to treat themselves to your information, perhaps Edward Snowden's latest leak will change your mind.

HTC Mail app is now live in the Google Play store

Lately HTC’s been steadily releasing its custom Sense apps in Google Play, and today the company added another to the list. HTC Mail is now live in Google Play, and it’s got a lot of the features that you’d expect from an email app. That includes support [...]

“Ok Google, Shazam This Track” Right From Your Android Wear Smartwatch

Android Wear users who need to quickly discover music can now do so right from their wrist, thanks to an update in the official Shazam app on Google Play. The next time your phone is paired with an Android Wear watch, simply say, “Ok Google, Shazam this song,” then wait for the results. Show More Summary

HTC Posts Its Email App to the Play Store

HTC recently made the HTC Mail application available as a stand-alone app in the Google Play Store. By separating the app from its Sense user interface, HTC is now able to update the app with new features and resolve bugs more efficiently. Show More Summary

NSA hijacked Google Play to install spyware

The National Security Agency and several of its allies around the world have hijacked connections to multiple Android app stores to plant spyware on hundreds of millions of devices. According to a top secret document leaked by whistle-blower Edward Snowden, the Google … Read more ›

HTC brings Mail app to Google Play for easier updates going forward

In an effort to be able to provide updates faster, HTC has brought its Mail app to Google Play as a standalone download. HTC has decided to put its Mail app as a listing in Google Play, allowing them to better control the update process of the application. Show More Summary

NSA and others targeted Google Play, Samsung app store to send malware

Apps have become one of the most important parts of our mobile devices. If we need something and it can be handled from a smartphone or tablet, an app is usually the way to get it done. So for the NSA and other agencies around the world, infecting those apps so many people download apparently [...]

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