according t0 What do you think of Google Play Movies & TV switching to a dark theme?
The Google Play Movies & TV app for Android just got a rather large, if a bit superficial, change.
The latest 3.22.14 version, available to download from the Google Play Store, turns the app into a dark theme by default.
Android Police also notes a few other smaller UI changes to Movies & TV that may still be important to some users, including cards that are now smaller so they can fit on the screen better.
Instead of a white background with some red category bars, the app is now almost completely dark, with white categories.
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Google Play Wants To Enter China, But It May Be Too Late – China Money Network
For China, the return of Google Play may not make a great difference; but for Google, China continues to be a market not to miss.
Considering the situation, how much of a chance does Google Play have to change the status quo?
In 2015, Chinese media reported that Google was in negotiations with Chinese smartphone makers to pre-install Google Play, offering a one-dollar subsidy for every install.
However, unlike the global market where Google Play takes an almost dominating position, in Google Play’s years of absence, China’s Android app store market has been divided up by local players.
It was also in contact with Huawei for a joint release of Google Play in China but negotiations failed to reach consensus, reported QQ.com.
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Ad malware removed from Google Play
Three applications on Google Play combine three deception techniques to disguise their actions while running in the background, according to a blog post from Symantec.
In order to bypass increasingly effective device security countermeasures, these coders would need to be persistent and find new ways to re-invent their approach or else they will fall behind.”
As far as how the malware changes, the code itself doesn’t change, Shaun Aimoto, principal SQA engineer at Symantec, told SC Media on Wednesday.
Three Android apps that click on ads in the background without the user’s knowledge were detected.
While the Symantec researchers reported that the strategies are “relatively common,” the bundle, dubbed Android.Fakeapp, is unique, they said.
collected by :Mina Lony