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Paid apps now available in the Play Store in Georgia and Myanmar

The Google Play Store is arguably the only reliable source for downloading apps on the Android platform. Google’s own market is built into the system of most phones and offers over 2.6 million apps. Unfortunately, the contents of the market isn’t the same in every country. Both the developers and Google regulate the availability of […]

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[Video] How to play PC games on Android using Parsec

Parsec is a game streaming app with a lot of cool functionality. You can either rent a cloud PC from Amazon or Paperspace or use your own PC as a host and play with that. Parsec also allows for you to share your PC with your friends so they can borrow it and use it. […]

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Huawei begins testing Fuchsia OS on the Kirin 970-based Honor Play

Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past few months, you’ve probably heard about the Fuchsia operating system Google is currently developing. While Google has yet to speak publicly about the project, we know it is open source, and development is slowly but steadily going forward. Many speculate that, eventually, Fuchsia will replace the Android […]

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Apps shared via Google Files Go, SHAREIt, and Xender will be verified by Google Play

Google has worked on a way to keep those users secure who love side-loading applications. Back in June, they started to automatically add security metadata to any app uploaded to the Google Play Store so that they can be verified as originating from Google Play when shared elsewhere. This helps users by having their side-loaded […]

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