As we just reported, The Android Market and Google’s entertainment services have been made to fit under a single brand, Google Play. The transition has started to take place and you should have the Google Play services on your Android devices soon. To update from your Android Market to the Google Play Store, here are the steps you need to follow (you need to be connected to the internet). Read More
If the latest rumors prove to be true, Apple could unveil the world’s most awesome tablet, the iPad 3 featuring a revolutionary and groundbreaking technology that will enable the screen to emulate a texture that can be felt by the user.
Over recent times, the Android Market has got better and better, and we recently reported that the application size limit had been increased from 50MB to a monstrous 4GB. Its good to see Google making these changes and making its Application Market better and better, but the biggest thing up Google’s sleeve yet, as now been introduced to us as……. wait for it……. Google Play!
As the rumors have been stacking up for the potential iPad 3 that will be released today, the rumors have seem to have calmed down for the Apple TV. However some final last ones have come into the pipeline, with some background information about the stock levels of the current Apple TV second generation. It appears that 98% of Apple TV’s throughout the U.S Apple Retail Store ecosystem have been showing on the website and in-store as ‘Out of Stock’. Read More
So you launched the Android market application, and downloaded a game that was on sale for a limited time, say, you downloaded a small file of around 25MB, only to discover that 200 MBs were waiting to be downloaded from inside the game. You don’t like this and probably neither does everyone. So what should Google do to fix this? Increase the Android market App size limit of course! And thats exactly what they did. The limit to the size of downloadable Applications has now been raised from as little as 50MB upto a massive 4GB! Thats right folks, games of upto 4GB can now be downloaded from the Android market itself, good riddance to those in-app downloads. Read More
The 3G version of the iPad has proved a very popular option for many iPad buyers as it provided an abundant amount of internet access when on the go, which is why many people buy iPads, for on the go. The question that now arises is will Apple step up the game and introduce a 4G LTE version of the next iPad? Many rumors and speculations say that this will be the case on Wednesday. It does appear odd that Apple would strike to introduce LTE cellular data networking when they heaven’t introduced it on their iPhones yet. Read More
Square, the hot startup launched by Jack Dorsey has recently announced a new iPad App and a web based analytics tool for merchants. If you don’t know about Square, it completely revolutionizes the way payments are made at stores across the globe. The free card reader just goes into the 3.5mm slot of your device and users are able to make payments instantly. With the new iPad App, things are about to change drastically. Read More
As some of the last iPad 3 speculations flood into the world of rumors, there was one that caught our eye here at TheAppleGoogle. Rumors say that next week’s Wednesday event we will see Apple announce a 16GB and 32GB iPad 3’s and a cheaper iPad 2 8GB for those who are on a smaller budget. We think that this is a very strong point and that introducing a cheaper version would be far better with most of the data now being hosted on iCloud. Read More
With its simplistic user interface and robust development structure, RateThis! Is a fun and interesting App, which is free on the App Store. It sometimes appears that CookieJar Solutions have based this App on a website called ‘Rate This Object dot com’, which is no longer around these days. So it is nice to see a version of this website brought onto the mobile application platform. Read More
The Galaxy SII was a really popular phone and actually won the phone of the year award at Mobile World Congress 2012. Unlike the SII’s announcement, which took place at MWC last year, the Galaxy SIII will NOT be announced at this year’s MWC event, instead, it will be announced and shown sometime later this month, according to ZDNET Korea. They also claim that the phone will be launched in April, and if previous rumors are true, the SIII should be launched by 50 carriers worldwide simultaneously. Read More