The Google Play store hit 25 billion downloads this week. To celebrate, the online store is offering a bunch of 25-cent apps from some major developers throughout the week.
Google is unifying Android Market as well as its book, music, and movie services under the moniker Google Play. But is it clearer, or more confusing?
Internet search leader Google has just announced it will rename its growing Android Market to the more company-centered Google Play.
In an effort to allay fears that Google's Android Market is having problems dealing with malware-infected apps, the company has just announced details of a tool it began using last year designed to root out such rogue software. And according to Google, it's…
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Find the right, or wrong words to say in over 50 languages with the Swearport app now available in the Android Marketplace.
While the mobile version of Flash has slowly depreciated in value with the rise of HTML5-capable browsers, Adobe still wanted to push out a final update to Flash Player for Android devices.
With Android continuing to grow in popularity as an OS for both smartphones and tablets, Facebook's social networking application seems to be one of the top app choices among Android users.
The visual voicemail app YouMail has been removed from the Android Market after T-Mobile complained to Google that the app was causing disruption to its network.
Google has come up with an infographic showing how people use its Android Market, from which 10 billion apps have now been downloaded. The stats beg the question: What is it about Talking Tom that makes Android users want to keep knocking the poor fellow down?…
Google has announced that since the launch of Android Market in 2008, 10 billion apps have now been downloaded to mobile devices running the operating system. To celebrate, it's offering a selection of apps for 10 cents a time over the next 10 days.
Android dev team Dexetra has created a clone of Apple's Siri voice recognition assistant, a major feature of the new iPhone 4S.
Microsoft is planning to only sell Metro-style apps in its own Windows Store and charge developers a 30 percent commission on every app sold. We explain why this is a bad idea and how Microsoft is giving Android an advantage.