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.
A family of malware library dubbed ‘BadNews’, posing as an advertising network, has been downloaded from the Google Play over 9 million times, security researchers have claimed.
Amazon has announced that it will be making its Android Appstore available to nearly 200 countries worldwide including the likes of India, South Africa, Brazil, Australia, South Korea, Mexico, Vatican City and Canada.
Results of recent benchmark tests reveal that Ouya is not at all up to the mark and there are over 70 other mobile devices that have performed better than the gaming console.
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.
Google has updated its Play Store with a completely new design making it easier for users to view and interact using their tablets and smartphones.
Developer units of Android based gaming console on a stick – GameStick have already been shipped but, the units meant for early Kickstarter backers have been delayed by two months, PlayJam has revealed.
Open source and alternative firmware for Android devices – CyanogenMod removed the opt-out feature using which users were able to control whether their information is set to the maintainers of CyanogenMod or not. This removal caused a severe backlash following which the CyanogenMod team has reinstated the opt-out feature.
The budget friendly gaming console – Ouya started shipping to early backers yesterday and if you are one of those who didn’t support the device in its Kickstarter campaign but are still interested in buying one, you can pick one up in stores starting June 4.
BlackBerry released all new BlackBerry 10 last month along with its new flagship device Z10 and is a busy encouraging developers to write apps for its new OS. Earlier we reported that Blackberry 10 OS only offers 34% of the most popular iOS and Android apps and new reports also suggested that BlackBerry 10 has crossed 100,000 apps out of which nearly 20 per cent are android apps.