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In-App Purchase apps will display price ranges in the Play Store starting September 30th

The in-app purchase business model is one that has taken a pretty strong hold on the mobile ecosystem. It really isn’t surprising that many developers, both large and small, are starting to use this model to deliver their apps and...
Filed in: Developers, News

Google I/O Registration Pushed Back to April 15th-18th

We’re you ready to register for Google I/O tomorrow? I am sure some of you were, but now, you have to wait another week. Google has pushed back the Google I/O registration by a week, but don’t think it has anything to do on...
Filed in: Developers, Google I/O
Cyanogen Inc has a new logo

Cyanogen Inc has a new logo that represents their three pillar Strategy

Branding often has more meaning than they give off at first glance. That’s definitely the case as Cyanogen Inc has a new logo, which might instinctively looks like a fancy way to represent the “C” in “Cyanogen”....
Filed in: Developers, News
Google Play Services 6.1.11

What Google Play Services 4.1 means for Android games: an interview with Pocket Gems Android Product Lead, Arjun Dayal

Many of you will have heard that Google recently updated its Google Play Services to 4.1, bringing in a whole slew of updates that improves the back-end of quite a few of Google’s services, but most notably for Android gamers, it...
Filed in: Games, Interview, News

Couchelo, The Mobile Platform That Helps You Score That Furniture Piece You’ve Always Wanted

Have you ever wanted to find a specific piece of furniture or homeware that fits into the theme of your room, but can’t find it at your normal go-to stores or online? Well, in true mobile fashion, there’s an app for that, and its name...

Android 4.4.2 Binaries and Factory Images Get Posted by Google

Google has been on top of things lately, with releasing Android 4.4.1 to the Nexus family last week, then releasing Android 4.4.2 this week. They have also been updating their apps, and announced two additions to the Google Play Edition...
Filed in: Developers
Android 4.4 KitKat SDK

Android 4.4 KitKat SDK now Available

The news surrounding Android 4.4 KitKat, the Nexus 5 and all the apps that will be updating soon will be pretty steady for the next few hours and days. We are all keeping our eyes peeled for things like the SDK, Source Code, Updated Apps,...
Filed in: Developers, News, Software

[From the Forum] Evilution-HD Raffle [Winners]

Our good friends Evil_devnull and Sinister, have nice little raffle going on that they want as many people to join in on the fun. There are some guidlines with this raffle, and they state as followed: Raffle and Easy Beta tester list...

Android 4.3 Will Be Coming to the Sero 7 Pro This Fall

A rant that I have seen myself going on lately is that lack of compliance with GPL (This all has a point to it, I promise). This was most apparent when I purchased the Sero 7 Pro. Like many before it, the kernel source for the device...
Dropbox API

Dropbox launches two new APIs at DBX

Dropbox announced a couple of new APIs at DBX, their first developer conference. Both APIs are focused on cross-platform support and “storing and syncing app data.” With the Datastore API, data will be saved across all devices,...
Filed in: Developers, Tools

Android 4.3 Rooted Thanks to Chainfire

Android 4.3 leaked out for the GE Galaxy S4, and a few lucky owners of the phone got to give it a whirl. Some have even flashed the leak onto the original Galaxy S4, and so far, no real complaints. Only thing that was missing, is having...
Filed in: Developers, News
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