I have had an Acer Chromebook 14 ( EDGAR ) Chrome Os 85 Stable Channel for a long time. I would like to install an application that cannot be installed from the google play store, I mean Wacom Inkspace. The application was previously available for download, but from some version I can no longer install. I have a digital notebook (Bamboo Spark), and I need this app to work. Is it possible to install, and is there any easy method ??.
If a major source of money for google is ads, why do they even allow adblockers? Doesn't that lose them a huge amount of potential money?
I'm using a Samsung Galaxy A50, with the latest Reddit version 2020.27.0.
This is a recent issue I've been having, where any time I click on a link in either Google Search or Google Chrome, I am redirected to the play store page for the app, despite having the app installed.
I have tried reinstalling the app, as well as changing the default settings to always open supported links in the app, and to make play store links open in another app, but to no avail.
Update: I've found a workaround, clicking to "view more comments" correctly redirects me to the app, but the usual "open in app" buttons don't.
I can’t seem to download YouTube and I don’t find it on the phone I just bought my iPhone 11 Pro Max brand new, any info to why this is happening?
This never happened until I guess a few weeks ago. I'm annoyed at yet another feature of Google. This happens with auto update at every interval while connected to WiFi, unchecking those disabled apps.
EDIT: even if it's not on auto update, they still reinstall on the phone at every interval.
So it seems as if you aren't willing to risk bricking your phone by experimenting with command line shit if you're new at it, Google wants to have it that you can only have the Google play store app if you have YouTube and chrome on your phone, period.
Is it like this on anyone else's phone? I'm on Android 9. It hasn't always been like this on earlier versions of Android 9/Google play store. Is it like this on iPhones?
EDIT 2: So it seems today they just had an update of Carrier Services for bug fixes. YouTube and Chrome disappeared off the needs to be updated queue when disabled. Seems very promising! Will update in a few days to see if this carries over.
EDIT 3: Still don't see those apps by now, so I assumed they patched that
bug feature bug ™.
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I shared this with /r/AndroidGaming yesterday and got good feedback- hoping the /r/Android community likes it, too!
It's quite disappointing that the Google Play Store doesn't have a more advanced discussion system. You often see the same questions, complaints, and requests littered throughout the reviews section of Apps and Games pages without any way for onlookers to follow up or chime in. Having a dedicated forum for all sorts of non-review related discussion could prove very helpful for Developers and Gamers alike.
We recently built a Chrome Extension that adds a "Discuss" button to the Apps and Games pages on the Google Play Store (to the left of the install button) to help solve this problem.
Would love for y'all to check it out and let us know what you think:
The "Discuss" button performs a check on AndroidForums.com to see if a forum for the game already exists. If it does- it will take you to the forum. If it does not- it will create a forum for the app or game so that you can start the discussion.
Game Developers may find this especially useful for more robust app/game support as well as building a community around their game and promoting it. Android Gamers may find it equally enjoyable for sharing tips, tricks, questions, screenshots, etc... for their favorite games. Stuff that may be too specific, nuanced, or niche to share with /r/Android as explained in the rules.
The extension is super simple but I feel like it may solve a problem and/or fill a gap in the Android Gaming world. pretty excited about it!
Full disclosure: I'm the founder of Android Forums! If you have ideas or feedback, I'm all ears. Right now the extension is more or less an advanced link to our website but I don't believe anything like this exists and the need (I think?) exists. Fully expecting to get both positive and negative feedback but I've been around the block and can take a beating.
Let us know what you think!
MetaMask support: "There is a fake MetaMask extension listed on the Google Chrome store that is stealing user funds. We've sent google multiple takedown requests so it should be delisted very soon."
How is it that a Google Android TV box cannot install Google Chrome from the Google play store? I have to install google chrome from an APK WTF?