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Google has officially confirmed that the Coronavirus tracking updates will be sent to all Android phones running Android version 6 or above through the...
US consumers can earn credits on apps, games, movies, books, and other purchases. Use the Play Points on other content or convert to Play Store Credits.
Here are five incredibly useful and practical Android apps that are not available for download from the Google Play Store.
Google might be preparing to launch a new addition for the Play Store. It's called Play Pass and is a subscription service for apps and games.
Google has recently updated its Developer Policy Center and added new categories of apps which are to be automatically removed from the Play Store.
VLC is lashing out due to Huawei's policy to kill background apps (except its own) on its phones, which in turn hurts user experience.
Have you ever used these Google Play Store tips before? If not, it's time you give them a try on your Android smartphone or tablet.
Bought an app off the Google Play Store, but you realized it's not for you? If you move fast, you get a refund in two simple clicks. Here's how!
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Scammers out there seem to have created a new way to scam users out of their money by using the Play Store subscription pop-ups...
Instagram introduces a new feature, the ability to add hashtags and profile links in your profile bio. See how you can easily do that.
ShotOn lets you protect your creative vision by allowing you to easily watermark your smartphones photos with custom stamps.Conversely, it's the perfect way to show off your flagship phone's camera.
Google's AI-powered camera feature is no longer exclusive to Pixel phones. Now all Android users can try and use it by accessing Google Photos.
Janam claims to be able to offer what other rugged smartphone manufacturers haven't with its new XT100 model which was unveiled today.
Android powers most gadgets these days, so why not scooters? Actually, Archos has unveiled the first scooter to come with a built-in Android-powered display.