Just a matter of hours ago, Google announced the new Play Store design, and informed us that it would be rolling out to customers starting today, but could take a week or two to reach everybody. Thanks to Droid-Life, you can experience it right now, as they’ve released the full APK ready for you to use.
After being in a beta stage for a number of months, SwiftKey 4 has finally arrived on the Google Play Store. The most exciting feature in the updated keyboard is Flow, a gesture way of typing very similar to Swype.
Epic Citadel has launched on Android, and is now available on Google Play and the Amazon App Store. The app is more of a demonstration of the Epic’s Unreal Engine 3, which has created a simply stunning medieval kingdom for you to walk around in first person. Previously, Epic Citadel was only available on iOS, however now that it’s made the jump it can be viewed on the latest popular Android tablets, such as the Nexus 10, which has an incredible screen for viewing applications like this.
Android Central has managed to get hold of pictures to suggest that gift cards for the Android platform will soon sit on the shelf alongside those for iOS.
The images are very believable, fuelling the rumours that there are about to be Google Play Store gift cards released. Although we can’t actually see the card inside, the packaging seems to be very legit, sporting that undeniable Google sense of design.
No further information has been gathered, so it’s still unknown whether these cards will actually be available in the UK, or whether they will be a U.S only product for the time being.