Google's Play Store loyalty program, Play Points, launched in the US last year and has let you earn perks for trying new apps and purchasing media since then. So far, it has been limited to the mobile version of the platform, and you couldn't view your benefits, challenges, and points on the web interface. Google is eager to change this, though, as first people report they have access to their scores and perks on the Play Store website. Read More
While it's not exactly clear how much use it'll get, Google just launched a full-featured mobile web version of the Play Store. It's got everything - including devices. That means you can finally order a Nexus on your Nexus in a Nexus-friendly web page layout. Xzibit is going to be stoked.
The design is actually pretty nice, too. It's very clean, and it even has, you guessed it, a hamburger menu! Which Google seems more fond of killing off than creating these days. You can install apps to your devices, buy content and hardware, and do pretty much everything you can do on the regular web play store. Read More