Developer by the name S4BB, who can be dubbed as king of spammy apps, has developed over a third of apps available in BlackBerry world.
Mega has announced the availability of an Android app for the file-hosting website – the first mobile app for the company and has revealed that apps for other platforms are in ‘the final stages’ and will be released very soon.
Google has updated Play Store policies to restrict apps from using update mechanism other than those specified in Google Play’s update mechanism.
Facebook Home has managed to clock more than 500,000 downloads in less than a week after being released to the public on April 16. Google Play listing of the app makes special note of the milestone and Ben Evans has confirmed the same through a tweet.
Mailbox, a mail client for iPhone, which was regulated up until has opened its doors by removing the queue system and is available for anyone to download and use.
Facebook Home was made available to limited Android devices yesterday and even before a full day has passed, irate users have already started giving a mouthful to Zuckerberg and Co.
The UK Government will be examining whether free to download apps are putting unfair pressure on kids to pay up for additional content within the game through in-app purchases.