Microsoft Launches Arrow Launcher for Android

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As a part of its new strategy of welcoming cross-platform development, Microsoft has launched Arrow, an Android launcher application on the Google Play Store today. An unfinished version of the launcher was made available to developers earlier this year but, now the finished version has been unveiled and is available to all users. Read More

Android 6.0 Marshmallow – Google’s Control Over The Latest Version

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Android as we know it is a great operating system, it’s revolutionary with each upgrade and the best thing is that it’s customizable. Yes, your Android is just like your car. It’s great and it works just fine, but it’s even better with some mods on it. It’s all about your choice, you may like it out of the box or maybe you would like to give it a personal touch. And that’s been the case since the very beginning of Android. Read More

Google Play Store Redesigned

 

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Great news for all you Android users – a new and transformed Google Play Store design is on its way.

Kirill Grouchnikov, the software engineer at Google, recently shared a few pictures of the new Play Store on his Google+ account. Even though it’s not very clear what can be expected, it’s certain from the pictures that it’s renewed, with smooth animations and a fun new layout. Read More

YouTube – No More Home To Music Videos?

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YouTube has, over the years, become a free music service for thousands of people all across the globe. According to sources, three major record labels are considering their options to take off music videos from YouTube due to lack of revenue from Google and its slow paced efforts to add paid tiers and better monetize the service. With the labels having very little say in context to the platform’s grip on its ad policy, sales channel and monetization, the platform also pays the lowest royalty rate amongst its competitors with a split of 45% to YouTube and 55% to the respective label. Read More

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