PayPal and Android Pay will soon play nicely together, it has been revealed, with Android Pay users being able to tie their PayPal accounts to the mobile payment system. PayPal users have been requesting this feature for a while, and now it appears to be rolling out, though not all users are seeing it at this time. Once linked together, the PayPal account appears as a payment option within the Android Pay app.
Here is a surprise: at its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced that Apple’s iTunes will come to the Windows Store by the end of the year. The iTunes app will have full iPhone support and users will essentially get the same iTunes experience from the Windows Store app that the existing Windows app currently offers, including access to Apple Music and the iTunes Store.
All devices running Android in the future should be able to get updates from Google without the manufacturer’s help. That’s the dream, really – for those that wish to get Android updates. Google has announced this week that they’re initiating a so-called “Project Treble” to make that a reality. Project Treble team lead Iliyan Malchev suggests that starting with Android O, all devices will be coming with Project Treble.