Google is currently hosting a games sale on Google Play that has cut prices on select games up to 90%. Games included in the deal are big titles like Monument Valley ($0.99), Game of Thrones ($0.60), LIMBO ($0.99), Hitman GO ($0.75), Goat Simulator ($0.99), The Room Two ($0.69), and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars ($0.99).
The deal is live through July 27, so be sure to grab as many as you can over the weekend. Some of the prices have dropped to as low as $0.19. (more…)
Back in November of 2013, Google introduced an app called Google Opinion Rewards. We haven’t talked about the app much since, but because it has become a great source of funding for app purchases (like icon pack hotness), we figured it was time for a reminder that it exists. A lot has happened in two years, plus many of you are new around these parts and may not have known that Google was even doing a rewards/survey app that you could earn cash from. (more…)
Google just pinged us to point out that they made some changes to their Google Play Developer Program Policies this morning. While we aren’t developers, we still thought everyone should be aware of the changes. So, here they are. (more…)
This morning, Google announced that Play Music would be receiving an update (v6.0.1942S) that introduced free, ad-supported radio for those who aren’t paying $10 a month for All Access. That update is rolling out now and we have the .apk should you want to update today. (more…)
Last week, Google started a new “Free app of the week” program for the newly launched family section of Google Play. They started off with a Daniel Tiger game, but have now followed that up with a game called Toca Hair Salon 2. It’s a $3 game, so if you have kids, you may want to give it a look.
In the game, kids get to style the heck out of people’s hair, run their own salon, and choose from six different characters. Fun times. (more…)
This morning, Cyanogen and Playphone announced a new partnership that would allow Cyanogen to distribute the Playphone Game Store in “key international markets.” (more…)
During Google I/O, Google announced a new “Family” category for Google Play that would help parents direct their kids to content suited best for them. These new family sections, which are now live on the web version of Google Play (or are just now being highlighted), feature filters for age and interests, but Google also plans to push through a better ratings system and feature special pages for top kiddie characters, like Peppa Pig. (more…)
Rumored about two weeks beforehand, then officially unveiled yesterday morning during the Google I/O keynote, Google’s family-focused section of Google Play is now rolling out to handsets. (more…)