Tag Archive: Play

Does the Play Store on Chromebooks make Android tablets obsolete?

While it’s still not perfect, Android on a big screen has been redefined with the Google Play store on Chromebooks.

By now everyone knows that Google is putting Android apps on Chromebooks. If you don’t, you can start reading all you need to know right here. And this time, it’s not a half-hearted attempt through a weird run-time interpreter that developers weren’t interested in using. It’s a full operating system that runs alongside Chrome and can  [Read More…]

Final Fantasy VII brings the fight against Sephiroth to Google Play

Classic role playing game Final Fantasy VII has made its way to Android and the Google Play Store. You’ll be able to take up Cloud’s giant buster sword once again as he does battle with Sephiroth, but this time, you’ll be able to enter the fight wherever you go.

Final Fantasy VII for Android contains all of the features of the original game, including the deep story, the massive cast of characters, and the turn-based combat.  [Read More…]

Where to buy the Moto G4, G4 Plus and G4 Play in the U.S.

The latest in the Moto G family are headed to the U.S.

After being unveiled in other areas around the world, folks stateside will soon be able to get their hands on the Moto G4 and its sibling the Moto G4 Plus. Later on in the year, we’ll get the U.S. details on the launch of the Moto G4 Play as well.

Interested in picking up one of these low-cost high-performing phones? Here’s where you can  [Read More…]

Google Play Music may finally be coming to India

It looks like Google is finally about to bring Play Music to India. Several users on Reddit are able to access selected songs from the Play Music catalog, with prices listed in INR (₹).

Pricing suggests that individual songs will be available for as low as ₹15 (22 cents), with entire albums for ₹95 ($ 1.5). YouTube Red may also make its way to India shortly, based on notifications going out to users. There’s no confirmation  [Read More…]

Google celebrates the Fourth of July with four free months of Google Play Music

Google is currently running a special offer for its subscription Google Play Music service. When you sign up for the service as a new subscriber, you’ll be able to get your first four months for free, paying $ 9.99 after the trial is over.

All you need to do is head over to Google Play and sign up for the service. Note that when you sign up for a Google Play Music subscription, you’ll also get  [Read More…]

4th of July weekend deals: Google Play Music 4 months free, GSM smartwatches under $50, Jabra wireless headphones

It’s so nice to have a long weekend coming up with the 4th of July coming up on Monday. I am sure many of you will be out at BBQs and parties, so please have fun and stay safe. If you’re going to be drinking, don’t forget to install UBER and/or Lyft to get a ride

Google Play Deals 29 June 2016

Here at Android Guys, we appreciate a good deal. We are constantly trying to find our readers the best deals on phones, accessories, and more. So I decided to head to the Google Play Store to see what kind of deals I could find. There are a number popular apps along with some you may

Tetris Blitz: 2016 Edition falls onto the Play Store for some beastly combos

EA has announced the company has released Tetris Blitz: 2016 Edition to the Play Store. This latest update brings a bunch of improvements and new features. Should you be a fan of the classic title, you’ll really dig EA’s take on the formula with Blitz. The developer has packed in a bunch of extras that bring something new to the table and spice up gameplay.

Here’s what is available in Tetris Blitz: 2016 Edition:

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Project Bloks is Google’s platform for helping kids learn to code while they play

Google has announced Project Bloks, a new platform for building physical coding experiences for kids. As a platform, Project Bloks is meant to help kids learn to code by making the experience physical, allowing them to learn to think about how to solve computational problems while they play.

Project Bloks is also meant to help lower the barriers for researchers, developers and designers looking to create this hands-on experiences. From Google:

However, designing kits for tangible programming is challenging—requiring  [Read More…]

The malicious ‘Godless’ that were in Google Play apps sound scary, but that’s about it

Another week, another scary-sounding security story. Here’s why we wouldn’t worry too much about “Godless.”

Security firm TrendMicro this week detailed “a family of mobile malware called Godless” that it says contained exploits that potentially could root a phone without a user’s knowledge. That in and of itself would be bad, opening your phone up to all sorts of nonsense.

And it sounds scary as hell, if you read Trend Micro’s blog.

Here’s the lede:

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