In-App Billing Goes Live in Android Market
Google announced that in-app billing/purchasing is now live in the Android Market. This will let Android users pay for additional services from within applications that support it. It gives developers another way to monetize their apps/services.
Android Pay Can Be Used for App-Based Purchasing
Google today added to Android Pay's capabilities, making it possible to use Android Pay when making purchases within select Android apps. Google believes this will benefit consumers and app developers alike.
'Pay with Google' Goes Live for Online and In-App Payments
Google today made good on its promise back in May to release a tool for improving online and in-app payments. Pay with Google allows people to pay with any card on file, including the card they might have associated with Android Pay, Google Play, YouTube, or Chrome.
Google to Drop Support for Android Market in Eclair and Older
Google today said it will no longer support the Android Market application on devices running Android 2.1 Eclair and older after June 30. Once the change takes place, devices running those operating systems will no longer have access to the Android Market, which was the original app store for Android devices.
Facebook Live API to Let More Devices Stream Live Video
Facebook today announced the Facebook Live API, a tool developers can use to enable Facebook Live videos from cameras beyond those within smartphones. Facebook users are already able to stream video live directly from their device.
thought this was already possible?