Just got a mail from Google that paid apps are being made available in India. HOORAY!!! In addition, developers from 20 more countries can sell apps on market (Unfortunately, no India in this list) and people from 18 more countries can buy paid apps. This is a big thing because now 32 countries out of 44 where Android has footprint can buy paid apps.
A minor iteration of Samsung’s flagship smartphone will soon be making its way to Australian carriers Telstra and Optus with 4G LTE in tow. Dubbed the Galaxy S III 4G, it will be the first LTE-version of the device to launch outside of Korea with the company’s very own quad-core Exynos processor on board.
While Android Wear and its complementary devices have only been in the hands of the public for a short time, there are unfortunately still some issues that need to be worked out. As of right now, a bug is preventing users from installing paid applications onto their Android Wear devices.
Android Wear apps are actually installed via your Android smartphone.
I have just recently upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S III and to my horror I have discovered, as I have been reinstalling all of my apps, that my favorite app, London GoTo by Ioodev, is no longer available on Play (or the market, if you like).
Featured | Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityIf you’re a fan of Android, and a customer of Telstra’s with an Android smartphone, you can now buy Android apps and have them charged to your pre-paid credit or post-paid bill.
Optus' $800 million National Broadband Network deal is an unnecessary and unsavoury sweetheart arrangement which smacks of favouritism and will deliver Optus a war chest with which to attack smaller rivals like iiNet, TPG and Internode; rivals which will not be paid to migrate their customers onto the NBN.