I plan to upload my APK file to google appstore, and am wondering if I can use
any scheduled publishing after the publishing is done, because this new version
is published, I must apply to my server corresponding to new APK.
Hi! i have a problem with Google Play store on my HTC sense. I recently had to do a factory restart, because nothing was working anymore, and when the restart had finished i noticed that 'Google Play' was replaced with 'Market' so i watched a youtube video on how to get google play back.
Lately ive been very pleased with some app purchases and free apps ive recieved from the amazon appstore which ive downloaded on my nexus 7. I was quite disappointed that many AAA titles found on the appstore and google play (the big EA and Gameloft games) were no where to be found on the amazon appstore. I headed over to the webpage and was pleased to find thats they were in fact there.
All my Appstore paid version of apps(which don't serve any ads) are copied by some other company(called Apps Bible) and published in Google play as is with same content( but with their ads), Its like mass stealing of apps on daylight, how to prevent this?
The process is they first download ".ipa" files from appstore which are paid versions and just wr
Somethign I wonder is,if I sideload a legal app that I own, or downloaded from the internet (vs play store) would Google's playstore sync and know I have the app (since I can hit hte uninstall button in the appstore, even though I didn't install it form there)?
I often do not trust Google to hold my secure information after recent revelations
I have just installed Ubuntu 12.04 and have set up my DSL connection for internet. All the google sites - google, gmail, blogspot etc work absolutely fine, but the rest wont open. I tried using google's DNS servers 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, but still noting worked. Please help me in sorting this thing out