A week ago, we highlighted a deal at big box retailer Costco that would land you three (3) $20 Google Play gift cards for just $53.99. In case you need help with simple math, that’s $60 worth of Google Play credits for $54 or a $6 savings. That’s like someone handing you free cash just for good measure.
Starting today, and running all the way through December 1, Costco is running a similar deal only they have slashed another $6 off of the price. So for $47.99, you can snag a 3-pack of $20 Google Play gift cards for just $47.99. Even more free cash! (more…)
If you were thinking of getting someone in your life a Nexus device, Google just went and made the decision a little bit easier for you. Google Play just announced that starting today, purchasing a Nexus 7 also nets you a $25 gift card to the Play Store to spend on awesome things. (more…)
Another Friday has finally arrived. If you need something to do this weekend, then go buy a few apps and games to keep you busy. There are a few good deals currently taking place on Google Play, and we have been kind enough to list them all out below. SEGA is hosting a sale on five different titles, including Sonic Jump, Crazy Taxi, and Jet Set Radio, which are three classics.
Yesterday, the official accessories for the Nexus 5 started popping up on Google Play. Both the Bumper case (in a variety of colors) and the Quick Cover became available at $34.99 and $49.99 prices, respectively. By no means is either cheap, but if there is one thing we know about Google-branded accessories – they are made to fit like a glove. And that’s exactly the case here. (more…)
It’s Friday, so let’s take a look at what apps are on sale through Google Play to take us into the weekend. For the gamers here, you can grab Super Hexagon (an awesome game) for just $1, as well as Neon Shadow for only $2. For those of you that fancy yourself an artist, you can pick up the popular Paper Artist app for $1, and musicians can grab Tunable for only $2.
There are a few solid deals, so check out the full list below. (more…)
According to Google, over 30 million people around the world use apps designed for kids K-12 to help them learn through tablets and phones. Today, Google is announcing enterprise tablets designed with Google Play for Education in mind and is inviting schools to apply so its kids can experience the technology. (more…)
Last month, Blackberry finally brought its once-amazing BBM service to Android. It was viewed as a way for Blackberry to still stay somewhat relevant in today’s market, but wasn’t received very well thanks to delays to its release. Another problem is that this strategy was not selling any Blackberry devices for the struggling company. If these leaked images from Crackberry are true, Blackberry might be trying to bring Android onto its devices. (more…)
Google released a new app to Android this morning called Google Opinion Rewards. As the name of the app suggests, Google wants to reward you for giving your opinion through surveys, with those rewards coming as Google Play credits. The app is free (of course), requires you to fill out a quick survey on your self (age, location, sex, etc.), and then takes you through a couple of example surveys upon first launch. Once you are all setup, your first survey should appear or Google will notify you when a survey worth Google Play credit is available. (more…)