The Google Play Store could suffer a major facelift in the coming months. It is in any case what think the website Droid-Life by revealing screenshots of the next version of the Play Store, version 4.0.
Here, no change name as was the case with Android Market, but large changes in the interface design. It wants to be more clear, enhancing the color code to classify applications. Full of small new touches to discover in the video made by Droid-Life.
It could also host a new service from Google: Google Play News. This service could inaugurate a newspaper subscription on smartphones and tablets on the Android system. So, no need to go buy your newspaper from booth every morning.
This new version of Play Store could be unveiled at Google I/O on May 15th.
Recently Windows Phone users seems to be unable to download apps for the time being. The Windows Phone Store is having technical issues, which is preventing the download of new apps.
Users trying to download or update apps are being shown the above error message, with the error code: 805a0193. The issue seems to be widespread and we have confirmed it on our own device as well.
No word yet on what’s causing the issue but hopefully it should be sorted soon.
Nokia has just pushed the Bluetooth Share app to the Marketplace. The app allows you to exchange files between your device and other devices capable of Bluetooth transfers, but only works for Windows Phone 7.8 – trying to download it in Windows Phone 7.5 will not work.
Microsoft has announced that the 7.8 update won’t be available until early next year, but if you can’t wait until then, you can head over to your local Nokia Care store and get it there. I personally had success with a Lumia 800 and there are reports for Lumia 710 and 610 devices getting the updates as well.
Even if you have the 7.8 update, it may not work on non-Nokia Windows Phone devices, such as those from HTC or Samsung.
Via : Nokiablog