Remains of the Day: Android Developers Can Now Offer In-App Subscriptions

Remains of the Day: Android Developers Can Now Offer In-App SubscriptionsAndroid developers are now able to offer in-app subscriptions inside their apps, under the hood of Dell's Windows 8 tablet, and SayHi Translate hits 10-million translations.

  • In-app Subscriptions in Google Play: In response to the success of Google Play's in-app billing (launched last year), Google is now taking In-app billing one step further starting today, by allowing developers to use the feature to sell monthly or annual subscriptions from inside their apps. [Android Developers]
  • This is Dell's Windows 8 tablet: Dell is currently in the process of putting the finishing touches on its Windows 8 tablet, which will be approximately 10.8 inches with a 1366x768 resolution, and sporting a dual core Atom processor. Dell is also including Intel graphics, approximately 2GB of RAM, a 128 GB SSD, and will come in two battery sizes: a small battery with 6-8 hours of battery life, and a larger battery with approximately 10-12 hours of battery life. [Neowin]
  • 10 Million Translations Later, SayHi Translate Rolls Out Major Update: For those not in the know, SayHi Translate, an iOS app that focuses on machine translation, just announced that it has now translated over 10 millions phrases since it was launched only four weeks ago. In celebration of this lightning-fast milestone, SayHi has released version 2.0 of its app, which features an interface that is not only redesigned, but is easier to use. In addition, SayHi Translate also sports new controls over how the spoken translations sound. [TechCrunch]
  • PayPal Rallies 15 Retail Partners For In-store Payment Drive: Today, PayPal announced that approximately 15 national retail partners is set to support its in-store payment system. In addition, PayPal also launched a new mid-market payment tool designed specifically with mid-sized businesses with multiple locations in mind. [GigaOM]
  • Google+ for Android: Polish and Performance: Today, Google announced they have released a new Google+ app for Android devices. The new app includes a variety of highly-requested features, such as the ability to start a hangout on the fly, editing posts inline, and a stream that showcases content shared across Google+. [Google]

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