All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Chrome Web Store’

Effective Distribution On The Chrome Web Store

We’ve been sharing a few interesting sessions from Google I/O last month, as the company has been making them available on YouTube. Last week saw a slew of them uploaded, but Google just added a bunch more. Here, we looked at one about having an effective presence on Google Play. Now, here’s one for anyone that has developed or is …

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Chrome Web Store Gets New Monetization Options

Since its inception, the Chrome Web Store has been a great place for developers to market and sell Chrome apps. The options available to developers were always a little slim though. Starting today, Google is fixing that. Google announced today that Chrome Web Store is getting new monetization options, including in-app payment support. These new options are in addition to …

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Google Launches Chrome Apps For Docs, Sheets & Slides

Google has launched Docs, Sheets and Slides (otherwise known as Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations) as apps in the Chrome Web Store, so you can start Google Drive projects more quickly. Chromebook users will see the apps in their apps list by default, once the next Chrome OS update launches. Last week, Google launched a new field trial to put Google …

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Google Lets Chrome App Developers Verify Site Ownership From Chrome Web Store

Google has let webmasters and developers verify ownership of their sites in Webmaster Tools for some time, but now Google has also added the option from the Chrome Web Store, which makes a great deal of sense, considering that to publish an app in the store, developers have to prove that they own the domain that hosts it. “Suppose you …

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Bad Piggies Chrome App Installs Adware

By all accounts, Bad Piggies is shaping up to be Rovio’s next big hit. iOS and Android users are already downloading the game by the millions, and PC players will soon be able to join in the fun. Strangely enough, the game is already available on the Chrome Web Store, but it may just be too good to be true. …

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Already Have An App? Integrate Drive With Some Advice From Google

Google I/O has some of the best developer presentations around. If you were unable to catch some of the presentations, you really missed out. Good thing Google has recorded every single session and posted them on YouTube for the world to see. One of the previous sessions featured tips on how to build Google Drive apps. It was a beginner …

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Google Apps Script Goes For A Drive

Google Apps Script is one of the more interesting projects over at Google. It has the potential to totally rethink how people build applications for the Web and over the Cloud. At Google I/O, the company announced some new features to push it further towards its potential. The big announcement is the launch of a new Web site just for …

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The Chrome Web Store Now Has a Developer Feedback Feature

Anyone who has ever looked at the feedback for an app in any app store knows that it’s a jumbled mess of requests, praise, critiques, bug reports, hate, and confusion. Now imagine being an app developer and having to sort through all of that feedback to find something relevant to developing your app. The Google Chrome Store is no different, …

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Google Is Showing Developers Some Love And Then Some

Facebook runs their weekly Operation Developer Love to keep the development community up to date on the newest features hitting their platform. It’s pretty great and one of the many unique things about the platform. Some recent changes from Google make it seem like their pushing for more of an Operation Developer Love You And Never Let You Go. The …

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Chrome Web Store Gets New Developer Features

The Chrome Web Store is one of the nicer things about Google’s browser that really gives it an edge over the competition. Mozilla will be launching its own Firefox app store soon and Windows 8 has the Metro app store. Google is going to have to kick it up a notch to stay ahead. In the spirit of staying ahead, …

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Facebook Profile Hijackers Post Extensions In The Chrome Web Store

Google’s Chrome browser has grown immensely in popularity in the three years since its release. Though still playing a distinct second fiddle to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Chrome has become one of the most popular browsers in the world – even beating out Mozilla Firefox in many places. Chrome, like Firefox, allows the installation of third-party browser extensions – little pieces …

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