Posts tagged Store
Source: androidcommunity.com – Tuesday, May 14, 2013
With Google I/O officially kicking off tomorrow, Google released a few surprises a bit early this evening. A brand new Google Play Store has just started rolling out that brings a few much needed changes to the latest redesign, as well as tons of other features in the Google Play Services framework. Read on for the full details and download links. Google just redesigned the Play Store last month, but today we’re getting a few new changes already. The improved 6 button layout has been revamped and looks a little better, with some UI tweaks to the buttons. The colors have been spruced up a bit, as well as other changes. The new Play Store is listed as version 4.1.6 vs 4.0.27 before, but there’s lots of little changes. The menu text is a little more consistent, the install/uninstall buttons have been changed, and they increased the space between them too. Many complained about that, so that’s nice. Now you won’t accidentally hit uninstall when you mean to hit update. Oh and don’t worry if you do, if you head into your Google account sync options, there’s now an option for app data sync. Yes, this means Google will sync and save all your application data to the cloud. We’ll be leaning more about this tomorrow, but most likely this means app settings, and of course game saves. Probably between devices too. Google’s rumored “Play Games” will use this to backup game data to the cloud. Yes! Then the Play Store has other various UI change
Source: www.adafruit.com – Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Makers will notice a little Google Trusted Store badge on the site – Adafruit is pleased to announce we are now a Google Trusted Store! We worked over the last year in the application process to become a trusted store by providing the fastest shipping, best support and best reviews for all our products. We have over 850+ five star reviews for Google Wallet, amazing customer support, over 20,000 transactions as a Google Trusted Store and 99% on-time shipping and 1.0 days or less to ship (average). In the last 28 days for example Adafruit had a 99% on-time shipping grade, with over 8,442 orders! Why did we want to be part of the Google Trusted Store program? The Google Trusted Stores badge is only awarded to stores with a proven track record of reliable, on-time shipping and excellent customer service. There are lots of places to shop online, this is a way to identify online stores that deliver a great experience like Adafruit. This was a very tough program to be accepted in to, but we knew our team, service and support could do it. When you’re looking to spend your money and time with a company, this is one of the things that can help make your decision easier. We’d like to thank our team here led by Daigo, along with the Google team (Jade, Eugene, Alex, Melissa and more for all their help) – Thank you from Ladyada and the Adafruit team!
Source: www.mediabistro.com – Monday, May 06, 2013
Amazon has launched its App Store in China. The store offers thousands of apps including the popular Angry Birds, Subway Surfers and Temple Run, to name a few. Amazon introduced a Kindle Store in China a couple of months back. The company has yet to begin selling its devices in China, but the Kindle store works through Kindle iOS and Android apps available in Chinese. Amazon has been expanding Kindle’s international presence over the past couple of years. Over the past few months, the company launched the Kindle Store in Brazil and the Kindle launched in Japan . Back in 2011, the company opened Kindle stores in Germany, France, Spain and Italy. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media .
Source: forums.macrumors.com – Thursday, May 02, 2013
German Apple website ifun.de has posted a collection of images from the beautiful new Apple Store Kurfürstendamm in Berlin, Germany. The store is located in a century-old theater building in one of the city's major shopping districts. The building measures some 48,000 square feet, though it's unclear how much of that space Apple is occupying. Apple first posted job listings for the Kurfürstendamm store back in December of 2011, though it's taken quite a while for Apple's architects to ready the building for shoppers. The store opens to the public tomorrow, May 3rd, at 5 PM local time. Article Link: Photo Gallery of Stunning New Berlin Apple Store
Source: www.reuters.com – Thursday, April 11, 2013
France threatens EU action over Apple App Store ban
France Asks EU to Examine Apple’s Removal of AppGratis From the App Store
Source: appgratis.com – Tuesday, April 09, 2013
AppGratis pulled from the App Store. Here’s the full story
Source: www.adweek.com – Friday, March 29, 2013
Since every third ad has to be an Apple parody now, Carlsberg makes fun of Apple Store product launches in this TV spot for Somersby Cider from agency Fold7. Some of the computer jargon here works surprisingly well for drinking, but there's no forgiving the apple puns. While we're on the subject, "Less apps, more apples" doesn't make sense as a tagline since they're comparing different products. Apples and oranges.
Source: thenextweb.com – Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Apple’s stores are now a member of our standard experiential lexicon. So too are buzzword-choked sales pitches. And so is booze. What happens when you throw the three together? You end up with a sarcastic video clip hocking a hard cider, inside of a faux-Apple store, complete with enough puns to fill a decent Reddit comment thread. Warning: After watching the video, if you have any beer in your fridge, you will consume it. Enjoy, and happy Hump Day: Top Image Credit: Brad Greenlee
Source: www.foxnews.com – Tuesday, March 26, 2013
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Source: www.facebook.com – Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Captain Mark Kelly
Gun Store Owner Says He’s No Longer Selling Mark Kelly A Rifle