When app stores were first launched, it was kind of a messy situation now that you think about it. Fast forward to today, app stores are becoming more organized with content curated and grouped into categories that people might be interested in. Its parental controls and kid-friendly options have also come a long way, something that Google has recently introduced with the latest update to the Play Store.
Google has recently announced that they will be making changes to the Play Store to make it easier for parents and families to find and discover apps suited for children. “Starting today, we’re making it easier to find great family-friendly content on Google Play. Parents can now find family destinations across the Play store, with new features for browsing by age and interests.” Read full post →Google Play Store Has Been Updated To Be More Family Friendly
Whenever you wipe your phone or get a new one and when you redownload your apps, you’ll basically have to reconfigure everything again. This can be a bit tedious especially if you have everything set up a particular way and it’ll probably take your hours to get everything back to the way it was.
Thankfully that should no longer be the case with Android M. It seems that one of the features that users can expect from Android M is the ability to automatically backup your app data onto Google Drive, with up to 25MB of app data being allocated per app. This means that unless you somehow have app data more than 25MB, pretty much everything should be backed up. Read full post →Automatic App Data Backup Will Be Part Of Android M