Tag Archive: Store


Celebrate Pixel day with these killer deals from our store

It’s October 4, which means it’s the day of Google’s new announcements for products and services. With multiple new devices expected, it’s a big day in the world of Google and Android. To celebrate, we’ve pulled out some of our best-selling and popular deals from the AndroidGuys Deals Store. We’ve found that our readers responded […]

“Ultra Pixel” could be the third Google Pixel smartphone in store for October 4

We’ve seen that Google has the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in store for the company’s October 4th unveiling, and these phone monikers match their first-gen. counterparts from last Fall. Rumors about a third smartphone swirled earlier this year, particularly about a device codenamed “Taimen” that would sport a larger display than either the […]

Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL specs leak out showing what Google has it store for us

Google is set to announce the next generation of Pixel devices next week and despite already seeing a leak showing the rear of the device, this time a new leak reveals the specs of both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. The Pixel 2 XL will feature a curved QHD screen and will be […]

Get up to $410 back when trading in your Pixel through Google Store

A new trade-in program on the Google Store allows you to get up to $ 410 back for your soon-to-be outdated Pixel XL

We’re just a few short days away from Google’s official unveiling of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, and in preparation for this, Google quietly launched a trade-in program on the Google Store late last week. The company’s own Pixel and Pixel XL were noticeably absent from the list of eligible phones to trade in,  [Read More…]

Google testing a new design for the Google Play Store

Google frequently rolls out A/B testing for some new designs that may or may not make it into the final versions of apps. The latest test that Google is trying out is that of a new design to the Google Play Store. As shown in the screenshot below, the text that previously was in a scrollable […]

Google breathes new life into old Android Wear watches with new Play Store policies

Changes will promote standalone apps for your watch.

Google has announced two major changes for Android Wear apps: Multi-APK apps are now supported for Android Wear 1.0 watches and requirements for the “Enhanced for Android Wear” Play Store badge have changed.

Multi-APK apps are apps hosted in Google Play that have separate files for your phone and your watch. Previously, only Android Wear 2.0 watches supported multi-APK apps, but now users with older watches like the Samsung  [Read More…]

Monument Valley 2 is available for pre-registration in the Play Store

Users can now pre-register for the next Monument Valley game.

Since its release, Monument Valley has been known as one of the best puzzle games on iOS and Android. The game centers around moving a character through a living M.C. Escher painting and isn’t subject to in your face advertisement or micro transactions like most mobile games.

Apple featured Monument Valley 2 at this year’s WWDC developer’s conference, and the game will soon be available  [Read More…]

Alt-Right network Gab removed from the Play Store

Google has removed alt-right social network Gab from the Play Store.

Google has removed alt-right social network Gab from the Play Store, the social network shared on Twitter. This comes days after Nazis protested in Charlottesville, VA, leaving one woman dead after a protester drove a van into a crowd of counter protesters. Two police officers also perished when a police helicopter crashed during the protests.

Gab stated the application was removed for violating the Play Store’s  [Read More…]

U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note 8 shows up on Samsung’s online store

The U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note 8 makes an appearance on Samsung’s store page.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be announced next week in New York, and the leaks just keep coming as we run up to the event. This time, Samsung has prematurely listed the U.S. unlocked version (model UZKAXAA, consistent with the U.S. unlocked Galaxy S8s) of the device on its online store. The product link itself doesn’t go anywhere, but we still learn a few things  [Read More…]

Google Play Store now penalizes poorly performing apps in rankings

Google wants to make it easier for people to find high-quality apps and games in its Play Store. The Play Store is home to a huge collection of apps, with thousands of them being added daily, although not all of them abide by Google’s rigorous standards. To keep these bad apps off the grid, the […]