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Google has done a lot of work in the past couple of years to implement a better way to game on mobile. When they introduced Google Play Games, a whole
Having already pushed out Android 5.0.1, Google has another update for us today bringing Google Play Games to version 2.2. There aren’t a ton of changes, but a few small
Google are working hard today, not only have they updated their Google Wallet app, but they’ve also just issued an update to Google Play Games, bringing it to version 2.1.17,
New update to Google Play Games is rolling out as we speak. It is bringing a number of features and improvements, let’s see what we get in this 2.0 update.
Last year Google Play Games was announced at Google I/O and this year, just as expected, they touched on it a bit more and provided a few updates. The updates,
With Google highlighting that 3 out of 4 Android users now use their device for gaming, increased focus has been put on improving the experience for those users. Google has
Today we’re announcing three new features in Google Play Games that make it easier to understand what players are doing in your game, manage your game features more effectively, and
Over at Google I/O, things are quickly heating up, and it’s causing some people to jump the gun. A new changelog for the app “Eufloria HD” shows support for “Google
On its Android Developers Blog, Google has chronicled two changes coming to the Play Store. The first of these changes is a global content rating system for apps and games.
Google expects to further expand the number of Google Play categories for games in 2014, according to a new post on the Android Developers Blog. Expected to take effect in
The first retail outlets to receive Google Play Store gift cards are expected to be Target, GameStop, and RadioShack, according to Google. No longer a rumor, the pre-paid card option
A new promotion has started with popular, premium apps going for 49¢ each. Titles include Sprinkle, Asphalt 6, SwiftKey X, and much more!
NVIDIA’s SHIELD and SHIELD Pro are now available for purchase through the Google Store. The SHIELD runs Android TV and starts at $199.99 for the base model and the Pro
HTC is, for a limited time, offering new One M9 customers a $100 credit for purchase of the smartphone. Available today and running through August 31, eligible buyers will receive $100 credit