Google to hold a event on September,29th to announce 2 Nexus Devices and Final Android 6.0 Marshmallow
[Firmware Download] First Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 LTE (SM-T235) official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update Rolling-out
List of Confirmed Google Nexus Devices that will receive Official Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA Update
[APK Download] Google Play Store 5.9.12 update is Rolling-out with Fingerprint Readers support, Uninstall Manager and Android 6.0 Ready
You probably already have Google Chrome for Android installed on your Smartphone/Tablet. But Do you want to try out the New upcoming features of Android Google Chrome before it gets released ? then Google Chrome Beta for Android is your solution.
Google has just officially released the New Chrome Beta for Android, which just like its desktop counterpart, would let you sample all the upcoming features and improvements before they hit the stable version, you get it too from as a separated app beside your stable Chrome for free from the Play Store.
Google is continuing to encourage the connection between developers and users and now the company behind Android has allowed developers to respond to user reviews and comments on Play store Apps, allow the users to get more connected with the developers, and also allows the developers to get more feedback from the users who are experiencing problems or crashes.
"The feature originally rolled out to top developers, and we're gradually expanding it to additional Google Play developers," - Google spokesperson said
The feature first launched for top developers in June 2012, and now all developers are getting the privilege to reply to users' comments.
Android's Google Play store is growing rapidly everyday, more Apps, more Users and more Developers. It seems to be catching up with Apple's App store. The Play Store has reached 800,000 apps today which is a huge number for such a new platform.
According to Sociable.co, Google Play store will hit 1 Million Apps milestone by June,2013. These numbers indicate that Apple's App store is no longer the largest applications market on the web. Google Play books, Movies, Magazines and Music has an important role in this growth.
Dropbox has released a new BETA version of its app for Android, version is 18.104.22.168 BETA, Note It's NOT Available on the Play Store, download from the link below.
The app brings the ability to share multiple photos or add them to albums (which in turn can also be shared), UI improvements and the usual array of bug fixes.
What's new in this BETA :
- Effortlessly share several of your beautiful photos at once
- Organize your favorite photos into albums. You can share them too!
- Delete multiple photos at once
- UI improvements and updates throughout
- Lots of other little tweaks and bug fixes
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When Google Play launched, Egyptian Android users won't be able to purchase Apps as Google's checkout is not supporting Egypt. They forced to download only FREE Apps and side-load what they need from (.apk) files online... which is sucks!
Today, Google Play has just starting to support Paid Apps for Egyptian users, Any Google Play user can Now Buy & download any Paid App from the Google Play Store via Google Wallet which requires a valid Credit Card.
This is a good step towards Egyptian android users. However, Android Developers in Egypt is still can't sell their Apps on the play store... but this feature is coming very soon.