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... with a customer longer than a year see Apple's cut drop down to 15 percent. Google is adopting the same policy for subscriptions in its Play ...
As well as unveiling a new bug bounty program for select Android apps, Google has also announced a number of changes to its Play Store. The first ...
Google has announced that it is teaming up with HackerOne to bring a bug bounty program to the Play Store. Seeking to weed out problems with ...
Google announced a bunch of updates big and small to its Play store today, but the most exciting of them all is the arrival of Instant Apps, ...
Google's Instant Apps are available in a few places for curious Android users, but they've been conspicuously absent in one place: the Play Store. ...
... can see what they're like? Google is helping to get rid of much of that hassle by adding a "Try It Now" option beside apps on its Google Play ...
... warnings seriously. This month, Symantec discovered a new type of Android malware called Sockbot which poses as legitimate apps on Google Play ...
Originally Posted by Vineet Buch, Director of Product Management, Google Play Apps & Games on the Android Developers Blog Today we kicked off ...
You can now try out select Android apps without downloading them first.
Nick Statt / The Verge : Google Play says it will cut its take of subscription revenues for users who've subscribed for 1+ year starting in Jan ...