Google Play Store is the arm of your online drive for an Android gadget. Good news, as The Fuse Joplin reported that Google Play Store APK 5.3.6 is now accessible for installation, at no cost to to Android users!
Famous video chat and voice calls provider, Skype, launched a new kind of video messaging app on Tuesday -- the Skype Qik.
Downloading the apps for your new iPhone 6 or for your iPad? Here are some of the most downloaded apps on App Store this week you definitely need to check:
Apple has had a good year. Besides introducing the iPad Air, Mac Pro, and iPhone 5s, the company has cashed in on its App Store like never before. On Tuesday, Apple announced that over $10 billion was spent on apps in 2013, with over $1 billion coming from the month of December alone.
Bitspin, maker of the popular Timely alarm clock app for Android, has been acquired by Google.
A new update for Instagram has sent the social networking world buzzing with a new photo and video messaging feature.
What has been available to Google accounts on the web and on Android for half a year is finally coming to iPhone: the Google Play Music subscription service has been released for iOS on Nov. 15.
Vine has finally arrived for Windows Phone device owners.
This may sound like a really bad idea: Take a selfie of your breasts and send it in to a little-known company. They'll send you the perfect bra - they promise.
Facebook has launched an update for Apple's mobile operating system devices, however, reviews have not been positive.
Google's Chromecast has finally added another app to its lineup of natively-supported services: Pandora radio. Now you can stream Pandora onto your TV using an iOS or Android device, though not through Pandora's website.
BlackBerry isn't doing too badly, if you only pay attention to one of the company's products: BlackBerry Messenger. The BBM app finally became available for Android and iOS in the past week or so, and it's really taking off. According to BlackBerry, over 20 million new users have signed on.
The BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) app has proven to be a hit for the Android and iPhone devices with millions of downloads reported.
The iWork apps have several new features added to them after the release of OS X Mavericks, including live collaboration.
The Xbox One will not run all Windows 8 apps like some reports suggest according to Microsoft.