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Verizon Galaxy Nexus receiving Android 4.0.4?

The bug fixing update to Android 4.0.4 has yet to be officially pegged for release for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, but some users seem to be seeing the update without an official peep from Verizon. At least two users have claimed to receive build IMM76K. Two unrelated reports does sound legit, but it’s still odd that these random devices are receiving the OTA.

If any of you have the phone unrooted be sure to check for the update in the settings menu and let us know if it comes up. If anyone has already received the update, let us know in the comments section below while we try to procure a change log. [via Droid-Life]


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Sprint HTC EVO Shift 4G gets a software update

Sprint HTC EVO Shift 4G

Sprint today announced that the HTC EVO Shift 4G is getting a software update. Here's what's new in software version 2.77.651.3:

  • Security Update
  • Updated Peep client ( to align with Twitter)
  • Battery life improvements

The "Security update" presumably removes the Carrier IQ analytics software from the device (remember that Sprint had quit using it anyway). Head into your settings menu to snag the update now, or you can wait for it to push out automatically starting Feb. 7.

Source: Sprint
More: EVO Shift 4G review; EVO Shift 4G forums

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Sprint issues HTC EVO Shift 4G software update to version 2.77.651.3

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As of today a new software update is available for Sprint’s HTC EVO Shift 4G. The update to version 2.77.651.3 deals with a few bug fixes and software tweaks, including security enhancements, a new version of the Peep client for Twitter, and improved battery life. The software update can be initiated manually starting today, otherwise users will start receiving update notifications beginning February 7th.

[via Sprint]


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HTC EVO 3D getting an OTA update today, says Sprint

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Sprint has posted that the HTC EVO 3D version 2.17.651.5 update should start rolling out today.  It's a minor maintenance release that addresses the following:

  • Updated Peep client (to align with Twitter)
  • Battery life improvements
  • Security update

The OTA should start rolling out to devices today, but you can manually force the update check by tapping Menu > Settings > System updates > HTC software update > Check now from your homescreen.  If you get this one, be sure to talk about it in the forums so others know what to expect!

Source: SprintThanks, John!

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Safe to Assume that the DROID 4 is Not Launching this Week?

A couple of reports have indicated that the DROID 4 was on target (at least for a while) to launch on December 22. Since that happens to be tomorrow and we have yet to hear a peep from either Verizon or Motorola, is it safe to assume that it’s not coming this week? We have [...]

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T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II gets root

The new T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S II is an awesome device, one that many think is the better of all variations – you can peep our initial unboxing and review to check it out for yourself. Ever since Samsung released the kernal source it has just been begging to be rooted.

The folks over at rootzwiki have recently posted a how-to on rooting the device and it appears to be a cinch. Thanks to no locked bootloaders or rolling back to engineering builds, you should be on your way to superuser in no time. Using Windows drivers you simply flash the new recovery with ODIN 1.8.4 or higher and then you’re able to flash unsigned update packages like the one that contains the files required for root. To check out all the root packages, files, and easy to follow instructions hit the link below. Happy rooting!

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II gets root


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Latest Galaxy Nexus leak looks to be the best yet

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We're just about 12 short hours away from the official Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich announcement in Hong Kong, so it's fitting that we're seeing the best (and most likely legit) leak yet. The goods apparently are from Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo, which says it'll be available Nov. 20. And specs? About the most detailed (if still unofficial) list we've seen yet, including much of what we already "know." Dual-core TI OMAP 4460 processor, 4.7-inch display at 720×1280, Ice Cream Sandwich, 32GB ROM, 1GB RAM, NFC, 1750 mAh battery. Want more?  Peep 'em after the break.

Source: Blog of Mobile (translated) via android.hdblog (translated)
More: Galaxy Nexus forums

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UK Dell Streak 7 updated to Android 3.2

Here’s some good news for those who picked Dell’s updated 7″ tablet as their Android device – Dell UK has launched an Android 3.2 update for the Dell Streak 7, replacing the Android 2.2 it launched with. Several users on the Dell Forums have reported success, although it looks like the 3G version of the Streak is the first to receive the update via over-the-air notification.

Here’s what it used to look like:

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Now it’ll look a bit different, although presumably Dell’s Stage user interface has remained in place.

Link via Liliputing.

Related posts:

  1. HTC Desire S updated by Vodafone – SMS and Peep fixes
  2. Toshiba reveals 7″ version of its Thrive/AT100 Android tablet
  3. Asus Eee Transformer Android 3.2 update launching in early August

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LG Esteem for MetroPCS gets unboxed

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We're all over the place, but we can't always be everywhere. That's where you come in. And sniper1087 has done an excellent unboxing of the LG Esteem for MetroPCS. He'll walk you through the UI, benchmarks, and don't blink, or you'll miss the very cool boot sound.

Need a reminder on specs?

  • 4.3-inch display
  • Gorilla Glass
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread
  • 1GHz Snapdragon processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • 8GB on-board storage
  • 5MP rear camera (capable of 720p video recording)
  • 1.3MP front-facing camera
  • 1500mAh battery
  • DLNA streaming
  • Metro PCS' CDMA/LTE network.

There you have it. Peep the video. It's well worth a watch.

Thanks, sniper1087!


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Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus Poses For The Camera – On Its Way To T-Mobile

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T-Mobile’s version of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab 7 was just pictured in all of its glory. Well, at least some of it. The “Galaxy Tab Plus” is the sequel to last year’s 7-inch Galaxy Tab this time coming with a noticeably improved design and compatibility with T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+.

The tabbie (little tablet) will come with Samsung’s TouchWiz UX on top of Honeycomb but not a peep was made on pricing or launch date. To me, 7-inches has always been my sweet spot. What do you guys think?

[Via TmoNews]


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HTC Desire Android 2.2 version updated with “System Enhancement 6.02″

Here’s a funny one. Those users not brave enough to update their HTC Desires to Android 2.3 using HTC’s novel do-it-yourself option are receiving a new over-the-air update to their 2.2 installations, with HTC upgrading the phone’s software to an Android 2.2.2 release with version number 2.29.405.7.

According to a thread over on the Android Forums, the update tells users it contains “System Enhancement 6.02″ whatever that may mean, with Desire owners who’ve updated struggling to identify any meaningful changes…

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…although there are complaints about it breaking voicemail speed dial features. Something always breaks, for someone, somewhere. Thanks to reader Richard for the tip.

Related posts:

  1. Minor HTC Desire HD update launched – version 2.50.405.2 out now
  2. HTC Desire Z Android 2.3 update now arriving in Europe
  3. HTC Desire S updated by Vodafone – SMS and Peep fixes

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Google Maps update adds top-rated reviews, photos to Places

Updates can be somewhat of an addiction to the Android faithful — just peep those XDA forums. And even though this particular Google upgrade isn’t exactly the Ice Cream Sandwich of our Autumn dreams, it’s still a noteworthy bump to the oft-used Maps app. Bundled up in version 5.10.0 are two minor, but useful tweaks that’ll display your four and five star rated Places, as well as letting you tack a photo onto your review. We managed to download the update directly to our phone, but last we checked, the web-based marketplace still hadn’t refreshed with the latest offering. Make sure to hit the source link below to keep your Gapps up to snuff.

Google Maps update adds top-rated reviews, photos to Places originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 08 Sep 2011 21:51:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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ROM – @Namit1994 Magic Sense v2.1 for HTC Dream (32b)/ T-Mobile G1 / HTC ADP1

Namit1994 has released an update to Magic Sense v2.1. The latest version is now v2.1.

This release is supported on the following Device(s):
- HTC Dream (32b): T-Mobile G1 / HTC ADP1

v2.1 Changelog

  • Moved CPU values to /data/cpu
  • Better swap, should help with memory management, multitasking, messaging problems.

v2 Changelog:

  • New base, includes enhanced Peep.
  • THE BIGGEST AND BADDEST FEATURE: CPU Manager script that changes the governor, max, and min frequencies upon screen off and screen on. Look at second post for more details.

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DROID Bionic Gets Lengthy Video Walk-through: Wallpapers, Speed and a Minor Bug Included

By the time this phone arrives on September 8, there won’t be any surprises left thanks to a couple of brave tipsters who continue to feed us magic.  What we have here is another clip of the DROID Bionic that gives us a peep at what the static and live wallpapers look like, along with [...]

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ROM – @Namit1994 Magic Sense v2 for HTC Dream (32b)/ T-Mobile G1 / HTC ADP1

Namit1994 has released an update to Magic Sense v2. The latest version is now v2.

This release is supported on the following Device(s):
- HTC Dream (32b): T-Mobile G1 / HTC ADP1

v2 Features:

  • New base, includes enhanced Peep.
  • THE BIGGEST AND BADDEST FEATURE: CPU Manager script that changes the governor, max, and min frequencies upon screen off and screen on. Look at second post for more details.

v1 Features:

  • Apps and dalvik cache to sdcard (EXT4)
  • Working Camera but weird thumbnails (but that could only be my g1 lol)
  • Crossed over framework from Gingerbread Sense.
  • Mostly stock but removed Rogers bloateare and maps.

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Samsung Galaxy S II Headed to T-Mobile?

We have been seeing tons of Galaxy S II news this morning and all week, but still we have not heard a peep regarding if T-Mobile will actually get the Galaxy S II or something else like the Samsung Hercules. Yesterday we posted that Samsung had a email sign-up page live, but taking a closer look they include T-Mobile in the carrier dropdown menu. Does this mean T-Mobile will get a SGSII?

The sign up page will alert you via email for the latest news regarding the exciting SGSII and if you select the dropdown box for carrier preference you have T-Mobile listed when we’ve originally heard the other three main carriers for the U.S. would get it but not T-Mobile. Whether this means they will actually get the superphone or not we don’t know and is up to you to decide.

Since we have covered so much Galaxy S II news this week I’ll just direct you to our Galaxy S II portal for all the news you’d like to read. Check this out though, you might soon be able to buy the SGSII in white.

While this doesn’t prove for sure T-Mobile will see the phone, it does make us think a few different thoughts. One being that the Hercules isn’t just the alternative but a completely different device slated for a different release date, and that Samsung may in fact be aiming to launch more than one big phone on each carrier this late summer, or early fall.

Device Specifications and Information
Device Info

    Device Name : Galaxy S II
    Manufactuer : Samsung
    Carrier : AT&T
    Announced Date : February 13, 2011
    Release Date : April 28, 2011
    Also Known As :

Display

  • Screen Size : 4.27 Inch
  • Resolution : 480×800
  • Screen Type : Super AMOLED Plus
Dimension & Weight

  • Height : 4.93 Inch
  • Width : 2.6 Inch
  • Depth : .33 Inch
  • Weight : 116 Grams
Battery & Power
    Battery Type:
  • Lithium Ion
  • Battery Capacity : 1650 mAh
  • Talk Time : NA
  • Stand By Time : 710 hours
Software
    Android OS:
  • 2.3.x
    Audio Playback:
  • AAC
  • AAC+
  • MP3
    Video Playback:
  • h.263
  • h.264 / AVC
  • MPEG-4 (MP4)
    Messaging:
  • SMS
  • MMS

Hardware

    CPU : Exynos
    CPU Clock Speed : 1200 Mhz
    Core : 2
    Ram : 1000 MB
    Internal Storage : 16 GB
    Front Facing Camera :
    Camera Resolution :8 MP
    External Storage:
  • MicroSD
  • MicroSDHC
    Camera Features:
  • Auto focus
  • Flash
  • 1080p Video Recording
  • 720p Video Recording
    Sensors:
  • Accelerometer
  • Proximity
    QWERTY :
Cellular Network
    Network Technology:
  • GSM
    GSM Band:
  • 850
  • 900
  • 1800
  • 1900
Device Connectivity
    Wi-Fi:
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11n
    Bluetooth:
  • Bluetooth 3.0
    Location Features:
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • Cellular location
  • Wi-Fi location
    FM Radio :

[via TmoNews]

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Apple releases iOS 4.3.5, inches towards iOS 5

Less than ten days after iOS 4.3.4 parachuted in to fix that nasty PDF exploit, Apple’s gone and dropped another. So what’ll Cupertino’s latest fix today? Build 8L1 — or 8E600 on 4.2.10 if you’re rocking CDMA — apparently nixes a vulnerability with “certificate validation,” or you know, Apple’s just really fond of keeping all you hackers on your toes. Either way, time to fire up iTunes, unless of course, you’re already living in the future.

Update: Turns out you can still (tether) jailbreak with redSn0w. Peep the more coverage link below.

[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]

Apple releases iOS 4.3.5, inches towards iOS 5 originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 25 Jul 2011 14:49:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE Shipping From Verizon July 26th?

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is an amazing tablet, but its about to get even better with the release of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE packing those blazing fast Verizon 4G speeds. This release has been a bit of a bumpy road but it finally went up for pre-order at the end of June. A few users that ordered that exact day (June 29th) are now getting email replies suggesting the tablet will ship on the 26th, that is just this Tuesday.

Our friends over at Droid-Life received a tip suggesting just that and even have the screenshot to prove it. We have not heard a peep from Samsung or Verizon regarding this launch so this seems a bit odd but we’ll take it. We have seen a few posters and ads appearing in Verizon stores so this very well could be the official shipping date.

Apparently the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be using Verizon’s new Micro SIM for 4G LTE and probably more devices like the Bionic will too. If they are shipping on the 26th we might see a July 28th official launch date and that would tie in nicely with the recent earning call where they said the device “is expected to launch by the end of this month.” If that isn’t enough proof I don’t know what is, from my view it looks like we will finally see the Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE next week.

[via Droid-Life]

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Motorola Dinara to Follow the DROID Bionic, May Be One of the First Android Super Phones?

There is this empty space for devices in 2011 after the DROID Bionic that needs to be filled, and we haven’t heard a peep about any of it from any of our sources.  Well until now.  We may have just received word on Moto’s next super or “flagship” phone that is currently scheduled for a [...]

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Sprint-Branded Samsung Galaxy S II (Within) Poses For Mr. Blurrycam

sprint-sii-itw-11The all-around awesome Galaxy S II has made debut all over the world to the tune of major success, but nary a peep (aside from the occasional rumor) has been heard about any versions of the phone bound for the US. Today, however, we have a new detail in the form of two blurry shots of the Sprint variant (dubbed the Within), and… well, let’s just say anyone who’s seen pictures of the GSII before knows what to expect, because not a lot is different here. Of what is shown, the most notable difference (aside from…

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LG Optimus Chat Spied on Video

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Looking for an Optimus One with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard? The LG Optimus Chat should already be on your radar. It’s no jaw dropper with its 3.2 inch display, 3 megapixel camera, and a 600 MHz processor. Still, LG proved that you don’t need beefy internals to deliver a great experience at an affordable cost. It was recently caught on video as Telus made their announcement to carry it alongside the LG Optimus Black soon. You can peep that video above for yourself. [IntoMobile]


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OnLive Viewer APK Pulled From HTC Flyer, And It Appears To Be Working On Most Devices

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Last night, the HTC Flyer received an update that included the OnLive viewer, allowing users to get a glimpse of what the future of mobile gaming should look like. Naturally, those of us that don’t have a Flyer want to peep into said future, too – so, in typical XDA fashion, the APK was extracted from the update so it could be installed on other devices. It’s worth noting that this is the viewer, not the player, so you’ll only be able to watch the action. For those not sure what OnLive is all about, here’s a video…

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Acer Iconia Tab A100 Shows its Face at Walmart, Bares $349 Price Tag

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OK, so no actual Acer Iconia Tab A100 was actually spotted at Walmart, but a price tag and description should suffice, no? The Iconia Tab A100′s launch was delayed supposedly to further tweak its Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system for the tablet’s 7-inch display, but without so much as a peep from the company is the slate ready to hit shelves? The tablet recently passed through the FCC, a quick pit stop along the way to store shelves where good ol’ Walmart will have the thing for $349. No accompanying listing on the retailer’s website has us questioning if the Iconia Tab A100 is really here, but that won’t stop us from being excited at the prospect.

[via Engadget]


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ROM – @DroidTh3ory Th3oryOfGinger B1.7 for HTC Thunderbolt/ Verizon Thunderbolt

DroidTh3ory has released an update to Th3oryOfGinger B1.7. The latest version is now B1.7.

This release is supported on the following Device(s):
- HTC Thunderbolt: Verizon Thunderbolt

B1.7:
Fast as a ROM gets.
Fixed WiFi breaking
Friendstream, Peep
Cleaned up some app
Some Misc.

Head over to DroidTh3ory’s CommunityRelease Developer Homepage for more information and downloads.

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The post where we bring the party to you …

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Couldn’t make it to last night’s Android Central/Samsung/Netshelter reader meet-up and Galaxy Tab 10.1 event? No worry, we’ll bring a little slice of it to you. We can’t remember how many phones, Galaxy Tab 7s and Galaxy Tab 10.1 vouchers we gave away — to say nothing of the Samsung smartphones.

So peep the video above. It’s just a small snippet of a great night with a bunch of Android fans and new friends. We’ll have to do this again, folks.


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HTC Thunderbolt inductive charging back hits FCC, makes life with LTE a little easier

HTC Thunderbold inductive charging backThat inductive-charging backplate for the HTC Thunderbolt just hit the FCC, which means keeping the battery-devouring device juiced is about to get a little less inconvenient. Instead of having to plug in three times a day just to keep that LTE radio happy you’ll simply be able to rest it on charging mat… three times a day. The part made a brief appearance in the Verizon shop for $39, but the rumored April release date came and went without so much as a peep from Big Red. While we still can’t say for sure when it will land, at least we know it’s coming sooner rather than later — and we’ve got one less reason to reconsider that pocket-busting extended battery.

HTC Thunderbolt inductive charging back hits FCC, makes life with LTE a little easier originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 14 May 2011 11:57:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Hands-on with the Casio G’zOne Commando

Read our Casio G’zOne Commando initial review

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So we’ve talked a little bit about the new Verizon Casio G’zOne Commando — the rugged phone with the silly name. But how’s it actually feel in the hand? And does its ruggedness equate to a bad user experience? Quite the opposite, actually.

As you’ll see in our hands-on video above, there are some trade-offs. The microsUSB port and 3.5mm headphone jack are buried behind some solid rubber doors. The battery cover comes off easy, but we’re not quite sure we’ve got it on right, despite the instructions pasted to the back of the phone.

Anyhoo, peep the video above for a walkthrough of the hardware and software of the Verizon Casio G’zOne Commando — and for a little pronunciation lesson.

G’zOne Commando specsG’zOne Commando forums | G’zOne Commando accessories

Hands-on with the Casio G'zOne Commando posted originally by Android Central

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Verizon Droid charge initial review

Verizon Samsung Droid Charge

The Verizon Droid Charge is off to an inauspicious start. Announced at CES in early January 2011, it was slated to go on sale today, April 28. Such is not the case, however, due to some major hiccups with Verizon’s LTE network. But we’ve got a Droid Charge in hand, and it’s time to give Verizon’s second 4G-capable phone the what for.

Hardware-wise, it’s the same as we saw it four months ago. You’ve got a 4.3-inch touchscreen at 800×480, powered by a 1GHz processor, with 512MB of RAM. We’ve got 2GB of on-board storage, and our review unit came with a 32MB microSD card. Nice.

Despite being a large phone — it’s a hair over 5 inches tall and is about 2.6 inches wide — it’s less than a half-inch thick and weighs just 5.04 ounces. It’s big, but it feels pretty good in the hand, if a tad plastic. The Droid Charge tapers to a point down at the physical buttons — which are blissfully large — giving it the look of a shield.

Samsung’s TouchWiz interface is on board, same as it ever was. Otherwise, you’ve got all the usual accompanying features. There’s an 8MP rear camera with flash, front-facing 1.3MP camera, HDMI out, and so on and so forth. It’s a big, light, Android phone with LTE.

The full review’s coming up, folks. In the meantime, peep the pics after the break.

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Verizon Droid charge initial review posted originally by Android Central

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Android Quick App: Google Docs native app

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Now that we’ve got a proper native Google Docs Android app, it’s time to take it for a spin. Here’s the thing: It’s a native app, all right. But if you’re looking for an experience that’s far and away better than editing Google Docs on the mobile site, you’re going to come away disappointed. It definitely borrows from the mobile side of things.

But that’s not to say it’s horrible. On the contrary. It’s relatively fast (your data connection will affect that, obviously), and the app’s pretty intuitive to navigate. And, more important, it lets you search through all of your docs, making for easy reading and editing.

The optical character recognition — where your phone takes a picture of a piece of paper and turns the text into a Google doc — works surprisingly well. Our first test was flawless. Our second test — the one you see in the video above — didn’t go quite as well. Your mileage may vary.

Peep our hands-on video above, and hit up the download link after the break if you’re ready to give it a try.

Android Quick App: Google Docs native app posted originally by Android Central

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