Google revealed that its augmented reality developer kit, ARCore, is no longer in beta. ARCore 1.0 is now available, and developers can submit AR apps to the Google Play Store. The company also announced that Lens is coming to Google Photos.
Somewhere: The Vault Papers teases the possibility of an immense conspiracy unfolding — but the only way you can find out more is through texting. French developer Norseman Interactive has teamed up with publisher Playdius on its debut messaging-based narrative mobile game. It launches March 8 on iOS for $3, with an Android release to […]
Google has launched version 1.0 of its augmented reality SDK, pushing the tool out of preview and allowing devs to create and publish AR apps to the Play Store....
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After playing around in the experimental phase, Google is bringing its ARCore augmented reality platform to its 1.0 release with availability on over 100 million Android devices. If you have a new Pixel phone, you may have been able to play with Google’s AR Stickers that brought Star Wars and Stranger Things into the real world. Show More Summary
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Finding this game in the Google Play Store was a Daydream come true! Have you ever played a game that just stuck with you? Perhaps you only had a limited time with it, yet years later you still occasionally find yourself daydreaming about it. For me, that game is Rez. Show More Summary
If I look back through all of the years we have covered Android, it’s hard to argue that the introduction of Google Play Edition phones wasn’t one of the biggest moments. In those early years, the Android skin situation was bad. Those...Show More Summary
Just a quick note to our Android friends out there, as was announced a couple of weeks ago, Capcom has brought Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition [$4.99] to Android via the Google Play Store. This is largely the same game that launched on iOS in July of last year, including the three additional playable characters
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The app remains available in Google Play with limited functionality for the time being.
Google Play Protect bears the dubious honor of being the only Android program evaluated by AV-Test that doesn’t routinely protect its users.
Madfinger Games' highly-anticipated MMOFPS is now finally up for pre-registration on the Google Play Store.
Today we’ve got Twitter pulling its Mac app, Apple’s Telugu bug fix, and AirPlay 2 disappearing again. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://9to5mac.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/9to5mac-daily-02-20-2018.mp3 more…
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Google announced last month that it was bringing Android Pay and Google Wallet together under the new Google Pay brand. Today, the big rollout begins, with the new Google Pay-branded app now available through Google Play. If you already have the Android Pay app installed, it appears you won’t need to do anything. However, the app […]
Who doesn’t love getting something for free? Whether it’s a free premium video game or a free subscription, these bonuses are always a joyous surprise. What you might not know is that Google regularly gives away free stuff to people who buy its products. Show More Summary
NTT DoCoMo has announced that they'll be removing their Kantan Tethering for 3DS tethering app from both the Google Play and App Store on March 29th, 2018. All support will be terminated on May 31st due to “changes in customers need...