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Google Play is an American digital distribution service operated and developed by Google. It serves as the official app store for the Android operating system, allowing users to browse and download apps for Android devices.
Google Play Gets a New Logo for Its 10th Anniversary
The most visually noticeable changes are more vibrant and saturated shades of the traditional four-color scheme (green, yellow, blue, and red) that lack the previously used gradients.
Last Seen App: Feel Like a Hacker With WhatsApp Activity Tracking Software
Last Seen is the best easy-to-use app for tracking your contacts' activity on WhatsApp effortlessly. You can manage notifications, check your contacts' activity log with detailed last seen reports to get an idea of how much time they spend online.
Fleeceware Apps Extract Over $400 Million on the App Store and Google Play
Avast found out more than 200 fraudulent fleeceware apps with hidden subscriptions on the App Store and Google Play. SensorTower estimated that such apps had been downloaded more than 1 billion times and generated over $400 million in revenue.
Google Will Reduce Play Store Service Fee to 15% for Almost All Developers
Google plans to reduce the Google Play service fee for all app developers from 30% to 15% starting July 2021. However, as noted, the reduced rate will apply only to the first $1 million in revenue per year.
Epic Games Files Antitrust Complaint Against Apple With the European Commission
By filing a new antitrust complaint with the European Union, Epic Games expanded the territory of its ongoing fight with Apple. The new complaint follows similar legal action in the UK, US, and Australia.
Epic Games Files Another Lawsuit Against Apple and Google in the UK
Epic Games and Apple are still butting heads, and Epic decided to shift its focus to the UK market, filing lawsuits against Apple and Google to the Competition Appeal Tribunal.
The Court Ordered Apple Not to Block Epic Games' Unreal Engine
The conflict between Apple and Epic Games continues. Now, the district court denied Epic Games' motion to temporarily restore Fortnite on the iOS App Store but also ordered Apple not to block Unreal Engine.