Google has introduced a new feature that will allow you to use access apps and games without any ads, in-app purchases, etc. Read more to find How To Use Android Apps Without Ads
Now that we are stuck in our homes, its ia great time to grab on a nice book. You don’t even need to buy every book or get an e-book reader. Read more to find How To Read Free Books Online While Staying At Home During Lockdown
A few months ago, the search engine giant made some pretty cool additions to the Google Play app. This includes Android’s Instant Apps and Games. It allows you to try out apps without downloading. The new feature focuses on gaming and brings a new ‘Arcade’ tab. Here’s How To Try Apps Without Downloading On Android Smartphones
Android multiplayer games are a trend these days. Every Android user seems to be quite indulged in these games on a frequent basis. Nowadays every Android device is equipped with GPU and processors to support most games (even the high-end ones). These games give us a similar experience to multiplayer gaming in PC and consoles.
American e-commerce and cloud company Amazon has quietly released a new lite web browser for Android smartphones, called the Internet. In Google Play Store, it has been described as “lighter than the competition”. The app has been designed to consume less space on a device. It comes under 2MB in size and covers up to just 26MB of storage space in a device. The company claims, that the browser offers private user experience by not asking any additional permissions like other browsers to collect data. The browser is available for download via Google Play. It is compatible with smartphones running Android 5.0 Marshmallow and above.
Google Play Protect Now Feature is now being rolled out to Android Devices. It can be found in security settings. The search giant announced its Google Play Protect feature at Google I/O earlier this year. The Play Protect card is soon expected to show up in Google Play. Worried about malicious applications with hidden malware. Google has a new solution. Read more to find about Google Play Protect Feature
Google has announced reduction in minimum purchase price for apps and in-app products on Google Play store from Rs. 50 to Rs. 10. While the minimum price for purchasing apps was Rs. 50 previously, Android users can now download apps from Google Play store for a price as low as Rs. 10. With this move, the company aims to provide more flexibility to users and developers community in India.
It will attract wider audience in the country and Android users will certainly spend more money on purchasing apps and in-built purchases. Besides making apps more affordable to the users, this move will help the company generate more revenue.