Google has opened its App Translation Service, which Android app developers can use to have their apps localized by pre-qualified translators at “competitive prices”.
Closely following Sprint, T-Mobile USA has made Nexus 5 ETAs and pricing official. The latest “pure Google phone” will land in T-Mo’s online store November 14, with brick and mortar locations set to get the handheld six days later.
Say, do you by chance know what in the name of Android KitKat happened with the alleged Asus-made second-generation Nexus 10? I mean, all the signs pointed to the big guy chaperoning the Nexus 5 on its way to store shelves, yet the 10-incher is still not official.
Following a genuine rumor overload that was cut short almost a little too late, Google Nexus 5 cravers are unsurprisingly faced with an availability news overload less than 24 hours after the phone’s glamour-free formal intro.
BlackBerry has been accused of “astroturfing”, or artificially jacking up its reputation through fake reviews. But BlackBerry is quick to deny involvement.
Google is planning to launch its own music video subscription service through YouTube, which will include both a free and paid offering. The service will be available for both desktop and mobile platforms.
Facebook is inviting early adopters to join its Facebook for Android Alpha Program, in order to test out new features and interfaces for the Android platform, promising multiple and frequent updates per week.
Google’s second-generation Nexus 7 tablet has gone live on the Google Play Store in UK, Germany, France, Spain, and Japan, ending its US and Canada exclusivity.
Apple iTunes App Store gets overtaken by Google Play in sheer number of downloads, still ahead in revenue
For years the Apple iTunes App Store has reigned over the app niche. No one could even come close to the amount of apps it hosted or download numbers it boasted. For the first time even, the Google Play Store has overtaken App Store based on number of apps downloaded.