Just like it does with apps that have in-app purchases right now, next year Google will add a label telling visitors to the Google Play Store which apps have advertising. Developers are being told to supply the information now.
Google's Alistair Pott, a Google Play product manager, made a bold announcement in the Android Developers Blog -- "Minimum purchase price for apps and in-app products reduced on Google Play," the headline reads.
YouTube Kids' first nine months hasn't exactly been plain sailing, but having made improvements to filters and addressed the concerns of consumer groups, it evidently feels the app is now ready to entertain kids outside of the U.S.
Chinese outfit Meitu introduced the V4, an Android-powered smartphone that packs a whopping 21-megapixel camera on the front. At $548, the V4 isn't exactly cheap, but for some, it's almost impossible to put a price on selfies.
Pushbullet announces Pushbullet Pro, a paid subscription model with new and previously free features. Users will have to pay for features such as universal copy and paste and will be limited in how many messages they can send in the free…
Likely wanting to make the Shield Tablet more friendly to your wallet, Nvidia announced the Shield Tablet K1, which is simply the original Shield Tablet with a $200 price point and Nvidia's quad-core Tegra K1 processor.
U.K. outfit Oxy introduced the Oxy Smartwatch, which can connect to Android, iOS, and even Windows smartphones, a rarity in the world of smartwatches. The Oxy is currently available on Indiegogo from $200.