Google enables in-app subscriptions for Android apps

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Developers and consumers alike will have new billing and payment options for apps.

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Refreshed and sexy: Google+ 2.6 comes to Google Play

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As feature rich as it is gorgeous, the new Google+ app arrives for Android.

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Gameloft releases Men In Black 3 in Play Store for tablets and phones

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Protecting the planet Earth from all of the dangers in the known galaxy can be a rough but rewarding gig. Sure, there’s the high pressure, the imminent danger, the possibility of being immolated at a moment’s notice, BUT….think of the cool gadgets and the weird yet hot alien ...

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Sprint enables carrier billing for all Google Play content

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Sprint customers will find that they now have the option to pay for all content in Google Play through their monthly wireless bill.  Joining apps and games, subscribers can now purchase movies, e-books, and music and add it to their next statement. The move is a welcome one for those who ...

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Google working with up to five partners on Nexus portfolio (Rumor)

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Rather than one Pure Google experience later this year, we could be in for multiple smartphones running stock Jelly Bean.

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Stick It! Sorry Samsung, your Pop-up Play is not ground breaking we are already doing it

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Wah Wah Wah… Samsung your already un-impressive performance at the “Next Galaxy” event earlier this month has been proved even less impressive. 

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After years of rumors Google Drive becomes reality

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One of the internet's long-held rumors dies as Google debuts their cloud-hosted storage options.

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GSM Galaxy Nexus now available through Play Store, off contract

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Are you the type that hates middle-men? Despise the shackles of contracts and carrier obligations? Lastly and most importantly, have you been looking to grab up the Galaxy Nexus? Google has started selling the device via its Play Store for the surprising price of $399 for US residents. ...

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Pogo from EA hits Android with some free games to play

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EA has been no stranger to the mobile scene, launching many of its prized franchises into the app stores of Android, iOS, and WP7, along with some games that were developed specifically for mobile. Their latest foray is a gaming center app called Pogo, where quite a few games can be played from ...

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Amazon Appstore now offering in-app purchases

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Amazon has today announced that in-app purchases are now enabled for apps and games in the Amazon Appstore.  If you’re a developer looking to monetize your title, Amazon’s new service lets you sell in-game currency, upgrades, magazine issues and more. There are a number of ...

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Amazon bests Google at developer revenue, says Flurry

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While many people may judge the success of an app store solely on how many apps it holds, this is only partially true. If you ask an app developer where this success lies, more than likely they’re going to tell you success is where the most money is made. With this in mind, a recent... ...

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Google Maps 6.5 enhanced for Android 4.0, high-res displays

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Google today released a new version of their Google Maps for Android application.  Available in the Google Play Store immediately, version 6.5 sees enhancements for both Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices as well as those with high-resolution displays.  Or, if the case of the Galaxy Nexus, ...

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Google puts dozens of apps and games at 49¢ each for Google Play promo

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A new promotion has started with popular, premium apps going for 49¢ each. Titles include Sprinkle, Asphalt 6, SwiftKey X, and much more!

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Google replaces Android Market with ‘Google Play’

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Google re-brands the all-in-one destination for apps, games, music, and movies.

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Google not satisfied with Music numbers, aims for better results in 2012

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Google Music launched just a few months ago, and has since been widely adapted by users as a place to store, stream, and discover music. By all accounts, Google Music seemed to be doing very well, but that might not be the case according to CNET. Google has reportedly notified music labels that ...

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