Google has a new way to call out poorly made Android apps
Saturday, 20 May 2017 Google's plan to improve the Android experience involves more than just tweaking the operating system. It also requires developers to up the quality of their work, and now Google has a new way to warn app creators whose work isn't up to snuff. Long...
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Google announced a bunch of updates big and small to its Play store today, but the most exciting of them all is the arrival of Instant Apps, which you can stream... The Next Web - InternetAlso reported by •The Verge •Softpedia •betanews •engadget •City A.M. •Sify
Google has launched a new bug bounty program for security experts where the company will pay $1,000 (approximately Rs 65,100) for finding security flaws in... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •Softpedia •engadget •City A.M. •Sify
oogle has announced a bug bounty program called ‘Google Play Security Reward Program’ to detect flaws in Android apps. Security experts have the chance to... Fossbytes - TechnologyAlso reported by •betanews
Right now, Google's instant Android apps don't quite live up to their billing. Google has to load support for every possible device, which can slow down access... engadget - TechnologyAlso reported by •betanews