Google officially launched its family friendly section and a star icon to point out child appropriate apps during I/O on Thursday.
During the Google IO 2015 conference in California on Thursday, Google announced Android Pay, the firm’s answer to Apple Pay that will allow customers to make purchases directly from their Android smartphones. Prior to Thursday, Android users had to rely on third-party options from manufacturers such as Samsung or Google Wallet.
Android M, which Google announced today at its I/O developers conference, will include fingerprint scanner support designed to work with the new Android Pay service.
Google just announced that HBO Now is coming to Google Play. The internet-based streaming service debuted on Apple TV earlier this year and costs $15 per month.