All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Play Services’

Google Play Services Upgraded To Version 4.1

New Android versions are always a cause for celebration as Google works some interesting new features into its mobile OS. Similarly, updates to Google Play Service should be met with the same kind of enthusiasm as Android app developers get more features to play around with. Google announced this week that Google Play Services 4.1 is now rolling out to …

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Google Updates Play Services To 4.0

Google announced the release of Google Play Services version 4.0 today, which includes the Google Mobile Ads SDK and improvements to Google+, geofencing, and Google Wallet Instant Buy APIs. This time around, they’re dropping support for Froyo. Froyo devices will not be able to utilize the new APIs. “If you’re using AdMob to monetize your apps, the new Google Mobile …

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Google Play Services Brings More Google APIs To Apps [Google I/O 2013]

At Google I/O 2013, Hugo Barra, Product Management, Android announced an update to Google Play Services, a service that allows developers to integrate Google services, like Maps, into their third party apps. These updates bring more APIs to Google Play Services. The first update is for developers who use Google Maps in their apps. The Google Maps API was updated …

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Google Launches Update For Google Maps Android API

Google announced that it is launching an update to the Google Maps Android API to include some highly requested features. For one, there are “more dynamic and flexible” user interface designs for large Android devices, using Android Fragments, and adding more Google Maps layers. Also, developers can add more layers in their apps, including satellite, hybrid, terrain, traffic and indoor …

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