Written by: David Swan | Published in: MobilityGoogle today announced an expansion of its app store Google Play to allow private app channels for Google Apps customers.
We’re all aware that that the Google Play Store is the place we go to peruse the thousands of apps to do everything from entertaining us to making our lives easier. If you happen to use Google Apps for your business however, today the Play Store was updated to distribute internal apps to your employees via the Google Play Private Channel.
Google previewed the new version of the developer console for its Google Play app and media store at its annual I/O conference in June. The new version has been in private beta ever since, but as of today all developers can opt-in to the new console.
To try it out either click “Try the new version” from header of your existing console, or just click right here.
The Open Launcher app is an alternative to the default home launcher app provided by Google TV. The app is published as a free app in the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...droid.launcher
The user interface consists of rows of your favorite apps which you can customize.
Google announced on their official blog that you will soon be able to buy and rent over 600 Twentieth Century Fox titles in the Play Store. This is a major victory for Google as they are trying to compete with the massive content banks owned by Apple and Amazon.
As expected, one of the Google products to get some attention at Google I/O is the Google TV platform. Google continues to increase consistency across product lines and Google TV is no exception. The UI has been updated to provide access to the Google Play store that is similar to that found on other Android devices. Consumers can purchase movies, music, and TV shows through the store.
Written by: David Swan | Published in: MobilityRockstar let slip today that one of its most loved titles, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, will get a 10th Anniversary Editio for iOS via the App Store and Android through Google Play on December 6th.
Google Play announced today that they will be implementing a new feature for Verizon Wireless customers. Verizon users will be able to select “Bill my Verizon Wireless account” when making purchases in Google Play to have the charges show up on their phone bill.