Back in May Google announced that Android developers could offer in-app subscriptions within their numerous applications. This was a great way for developers to find the Android ecosystem to be more viable and a better source of income.
Google has now ramped up this service to include a new offering. Developers will now be welcomed to offer in-app subscription trials for Android users. It’s always good to test the waters before jumping in and Google has now allowed us to do this.
For the consumer to know – Developers will be able to offer a 7+ day free trial offering, with the time period decided on by the dev. To begin the trial, you’ll have to include your credit card …
Usually, anything extra in my notification bar is simply frustrating – but developer Tomas Hubalek has got it right. Simple, fashionable and sleek; this battery widget truly compliments the look of your phone or tablet.
‘Battery Widget? Reborn!’ is a fantastic little addition to your phone or tablet, that you will be thankful for once downloading.
Simply, it will keep notice of your remaining battery life by percentage in your notification bar, and upon dragging this bar down, it will show you how much time you have left until your phone is dead, and what the current internal temperature of your phone is.
Google Analytics has to be one of the most powerful tools in a website owner’s arsenal. The ability to monitor and follow up on a site’s visits allows the site to grow and improve the services they provide. The release of Google Analytics as an app for Android devices is a huge move. It provides website owners with much more flexibility because now the important stats and data can be collected and analysed on the go.
The application was released onto Google Play earlier this week and boasts several important features. Users get access to the real time tab, the dashboard tab, and alerts tab. Having access to real time tabs on the go is a thrilling addition to a …