You wouldn’t buy a car without taking it for a test drive, and now, you don’t have to buy a game without streaming it first either. According to new reports,
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Sometimes, it’s difficult to judge whether or not an unfamiliar app is worth a download. But it’s even harder to justify a daily, monthly, or weekly subscription, and harder still to fork over cash for an especially pricey service that you may end up using only once or twice. That
Your apps get updated all the time, so it only makes sense that their home gets updated from time to time, too. No, we’re not talking about a new operating system, but rather a major makeover to the Google Play Store. As first reported by
The Google Play Store can be a confusing place. And if your technological sense of direction isn’t quite as strong as you’d like it to be, it’s easy to get a bit, well, lost. But now, Google is here to help. In a
Almost a full year ago, Google announced that many of its Chromebooks would be getting support for Android apps. That support was supposed to come to as many as 50 devices late last year, but at this point only around six devices have made the cut.
Now, however, there’s some good news
OnePlus wants its brand to be about more than just great phones — the company wants to create a community of people. To reach that goal, it launched a new app to the Google Play Store called OnePlus Community, aimed at bringing together fans from all over the world.
The app Camera360 Lite may be only a month old, but it’s already climbed the charts to the second rated free photography app among the trending section of the Google Play Store.