Posts Tagged ‘Play Store’

The Fortnite drama continues! Hot on the heels of Apple removing the game from the App Store over its bypassing of its in-app purchase methods, Google has now done the same. Fortnite is no longer available in the Google Play Store.

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A new feature may be coming to Google’s Advanced Protection program that will either prevent users from sideloading apps from outside the Play Store, or force users to scan them with Play Protect.

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If you’re an Android user, then you might find yourself on the receiving end of a free $2 to $5 credit for the Play Store. Here’s how to check if you’ve been chosen.

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Big changes are afoot with regards to the way Google handles the bundling of its Android apps in Europe, with the Android maker set to start charging a license fee for the Play Store and other apps for the first time.

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Google has today updated its own Play Store policies for developers, banning a number of different categories in the process. Some of them are of particular note because they will include cryptocurrency mining apps as well as those with disruptive ads.

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You can now download latest Google Play Store 8.1.25 APK for Android devices. Here’s what has changed in this release.

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Here’s how to download and install or sideload Google Play Store APK latest version update on your compatible Android phone or tablet device.

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Google Play is a content portal used by tens of millions on a daily basis, but while it’s packed to the gills with many great, and many not-so-great apps and games, it remains a work in progress. A common gripe, especially among concerned parents, is that there’s no strict age ratings system in place, and since regulations vary from country to country, the Play Store has been a bit of a free-for-all at times. Now, though, the Big G has introduced a new age-ratings system that adheres specifically to the country or location that an account is based in, and the company has also revealed that its app moderation / approval process now includes human beings.

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The Google Play Store is the focal point of most Android users’ digital world; the go-to portal for apps, games, movies, books, music, and other such wondrous content. But even though Google’s stringent moderation system ensures that infiltration by malicious software is kept to a minimum, there appears to a fundamental flaw in the Play Store’s infrastructure that leaves users potentially vulnerable to having their passwords and personal credentials logged without explicit consent.

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Error messages are the bane of most of our lives, and when it comes to mobile devices, they’re just as prevalent as they’ve been on our traditional desktop PCs for decades. But if you’re on Android and don’t feel like Googling specific Play Store error message numbers before trawling through countless forums for a solution, help is at hand thanks to a newly-published list of common errors and fixes.

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Every year in December, the Google Play Store picks the best apps of the twelve months previous, and today, the time has come for the 2013 round-up. With the end of the year quickly approaching, we’re going to be seeing a lot of these “best of” lists, and although you mightn’t agree with every single one of the Play Store picks, there’s still bound to be at least a few gems in there for everybody to appreciate.

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It has been well documented that neither Samsung’s Galaxy S4 nor its ‘phablet’ Note 3 have exactly surpassed expectations in terms of reception and sales figures, when compared to its direct rivals out in the market, of course. Many have complained that both series have become stale and in need of some rejuvenation, but as the Korean outfit prepares the S5 and Note 4 for release at some point next year, there’s a little treat for those in ownership of the Galaxy Note 3. For current owners and those planning to purchase the larger-than-life handset, the company behind it is offering $50 of Play Store credit to load up on goodies, and although it does happen to be one of the priciest devices on the market, fifty bucks for apps, games, music and such is still a pretty decent offer.

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