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Google updates Hangouts app to version 2.1

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Google is now rolling out a new update of its Hangouts app which brings quite a few acceptable changes and performance improvements.

Some of the few notable changes is that the update now combines your SMS and Hangouts conversations into a single conversation and adds the ability to switch between either SMS or Hangouts as well as either merge or unmerge the conversations. In addition, you can add the Hangouts widget to your home screen to gain a faster access to conversations.

Here’s the full changelog:

  • Merged SMS/Hangout conversations: SMS and Hangout conversations with the same recipient are now combined into a single conversation. You can control whether you want to send a message via Hangouts or SMS with the flip of a switch, and different message types will be easy to tell apart in the conversation. Of course, you can always merge and unmerge conversations if you’d like
  • Highlighted outgoing Hangout messages
  • Simplified contact list: now there’s two main sections in contacts — People you Hangout With, and Phone Contacts — making it simpler to navigate, and easier to use for SMS
  • More Prominent Presence Status (on call, moods, etc)
  • New Notification sound
  • Performance improvements: today’s update includes better quality video calls, as well as improved SMS and MMS reliability
  • Home screen widget: add the Hangouts widget to your homescreen for quick access to your recent conversations

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Adobe Photoshop Express Updated To v2.2 With Borders, Better Navigation, And More

pAdobe’s redesigned Photoshop Express app has just gotten an update with even more new stuff. It’s not the real Photoshop, but what do you expect for free? If you were expecting the real Photoshop, I don’t even know what to say.

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Here’s the change log for v2.2.

  • Add borders, frames, and edges to your photos
  • Pet-eye (a.k.a. green-eye) correction
  • Better navigation with coach marks
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Well, thanks goodness there are borders now.

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Facebook for Android getting a new update with photo related improvements

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The Facebook app for Android is now getting an update with some crucial changes on board. First and foremost, the update will introduce a new layout which the folks at Facebook have been working on for quite some time. Other updates are pertaining to adding multiple images to an album, deleting images within those albums and the ability to add pictures in comments. These features have been steadily making their way with the Beta builds of Facebook for Android, but will now be available on the consumer version i.e. the stable release as well.

Expect some performance improvements to be on board with faster navigation through the news feed and quicker response times. Facebook updates its app periodically to ensure that its loyal fanbase remain hooked to the social network. We have seen over the past years as to how the app has evolved from being extremely slow and laggy to a snappy and functional application. Facebook clearly has some more issues to iron out, so we can expect those features in the coming updates.

Source: Google Play Store

Via: Mobile Syrup

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Instagram v5.1 will introduce a new sleeker UI along with performance improvements

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The Instagram for Android app will soon get an update to version 5.1 which will bring a fresher and sleeker UI with overall stability improvements. The makers are touting this to be a major update, so expect some other surprise features to be on board as well. The developers have tweaked the app to work with a variety of Android handsets.

This refresh can be compared to the iOS version overhaul which was conducted last year with several new changes. Here, the Instagram team has also taken performance into account and has made some changes which will reportedly speed up loading times substantially. And for devices with larger screens, the buttons are now more accessible thanks to the internal tweaking done by the team. The same changes apply to smaller devices as well.

The update hasn’t gone live on the Play Store yet, but if you have already downloaded the app, you might receive an update notification anytime soon now. But if you’re impatient to get the update, you can manually download the .apk file from the link below.

Source: Instagram, Download Link (apk)

Via: Droid-Life

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LG G2 KitKat update hitting the UK from mid-March

Speed boost promised with latest Android OS update

Android 4.4 KitKat for the LG G2 will bering rolling out to devices in the UK from mid-March, a video uploaded by LG UK reveals. The manufacturer says that the KitKat update brings performance improvements to the G2, alongside standard Android 4.4 features like cloud printing and the Chromium browsing engine for web views.

In the video above, LG uses a high frame rate camera to capture the performance differences between Jelly Bean and KitKat in a variety of tasks, including KnockOn wake-ups, app load times, camera startup and web page rendering. All in all, the company says KitKat makes the G2 17 percent faster, which is nothing to sniff at.

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Sony releases updated Xperia Gallery app with KitKat support

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A recent update to Sony‘s Gallery app began rolling out to Xperia phones today, bringing the app to version 5.4.A.0.12. While the app does include a couple performance improvements and improvements for PlayMemories, there is something a little more interesting about the update. Interestingly enough, the new update adds “updates for Android 4.4/KitKat” to the changelog.

What’s interesting about that is the fact that Sony currently doesn’t have any Xperia phones running Android 4.4, meaning that an update for Xperia phones to the new operating system could be coming soon. The new app also supports KitKat’s immersive mode for fullscreen.

Source: Android Central

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Samsung Galaxy Gear Updating to Build V700XXUAMK on Verizon – Rids App of USB Debug, Includes Improvements

Samsung Galaxy Gear Updating to Build V700XXUAMK on Verizon - Rids App of USB Debug, Includes Improvements

The Samsung Galaxy Gear is receiving a significant update according to Verizon. New support documents from Big Red detail an update that jumps the Gear up to software build V700XXUAMK and introduces all sorts of new performance improvements, while killing off a feature for tinkerers. 

The changelog is listed below, but it mentions improvements to battery life, S Voice search, pedometer accuracy, the NFC pairing animation, screen saver turn on time, and the messaging application. Verizon and Samsung also removed the USB Debug menu (wtf?), added support for VZW Messaging, now officially support the official Twitter app, and changed the motion menu. A couple of other bugs in the AlarmManager and Contacts app were squashed as well.

If you are on Verizon and own a Galaxy Gear, be on the lookout for an update coming through your Gear Manager app.

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SwiftKey 4.4.2 bug fixing update arrives in the Play Store

Yesterday we saw an update for the latest SwiftKey beta release, and today brings an update for the latest stable release. Naturally, this update is one that can be found in the Google Play Store. The update is arriving as version 4.4.2 and consists entirely of bug fixes and some general improvements.

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While updates with loads of new features are always welcome, these smaller updates can sometimes be just as nice — especially if you happen to fall into the group that is having issues. That being said, the “what’s new” section of the SwiftKey Play Store listing brings talk of some unspecified memory and performance improvements.

There was also mention of fixes for force closes when loading and unloading languages, for keyboard jumping after phone unlocking and for the hidden bottom row on Motorola and Meizu devices. The folks at SwiftKey have also asked users to continue reporting this issue, especially if they are seeing it happen on other devices.

The “Ice” theme, which was introduced last month will also use less RAM moving forward. And lastly, this update also improved the SwiftKey Cloud sync setup. Bottom line here, this update looks like it will be one that most, if not all of the current SwiftKey users will want to grab sooner rather than later.

Otherwise, there is also the beta 4.5 which appears to be inching closer to a non-beta release. The 4.5 beta added support for emoji and an optional number row as the big features.

SOURCE: SwiftKey

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Words With Friends update brings a new interface, performance improvements

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A mix of old and new in a long-awaited update

Words With Friends is receiving a long-overdue update that brings in some modern design and a big performance boost. Anyone who has played this game for a while knows that the app has generally been a bit sluggish and most noticeably simply stuck in the past design-wise. This latest update brings an interface refresh that sheds some of the ugly buttons and drop shadows for flat elements and a proper slide-in drawer on the left side.

Zynga claims faster startup times, better performance all around and improved stability to boot. All things we want to hear and experience in a popular app from a big developer. It feels to us as though there's still a bit more work to do, but this latest update is certainly moving in the right direction. Hit the Play Store link above for a download.

    



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Firefox Stable Version 26 Hits The Play Store With New Home Page Interface, Pinned Tabs, Performance Improvements, And More

unnamed (34)Good news, Mozilla fanatics: the updates that hit the beta channel of Firefox’s Android browser back in November are now ready for prime time. Version 26 was uploaded to the Play Store today, complete with some notable interface changes and a few under-the-hood tweaks as well. The browser is free as always, and it’s compatible with Android devices running 2.2 or later.

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The biggest user-facing change is to the home screen, which is now tabbed Holo-style.

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Xposed 2.4 Leaves Beta, Brings Support For KitKat, New Log Viewer, And Performance Improvements

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If you live right on the bleeding edge of the Android modding world, but you just can’t press the button on using beta software, you’re in luck! Xposed 2.4 is now out of beta just one week after KitKat support was first announced. As with the previous release, this one comes with the new log viewer and some pretty serious performance improvements. Now that it has lost the beta tag, it should also be fairly stable, or at least as stable as you can expect for a super-charged modding framework.

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Opera for Android update brings an improved tablet experience

Opera browser for Android has been updated. This latest is currently available by way of the Google Play Store and brings a few changes and tweaks with the highlights dealing with Chromium and Android tablets. Specifically, this latest update has the browser based on Chromium 31 and bringing a new UI for tablets.

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The most noticeable difference here is likely going to be the improvements on the tablet side. Overall the layout has been improved and things are just a bit easier to use and access. Otherwise, this update also made some improvements to the search engine list and added a new remote debugging feature. That last bit means the app will require some new permissions upon updating.

There were also some unspecified “stabilization and performance improvements” as well as a handful of fixes. The list of fixes include fullscreen video playback, the HW back button on Discover, viewport size in new tab, keyboard staying on screen and the page reloading when leaving text input in off-road pages.

Aside from what was changed, added and/or fixed with this latest update, Opera retains the same overall feature set. Basically, that is to say there is still the Speed Dial and Discover features along with a built-in download manager, private browsing mode and off-road mode. That last one brings the potential of a better connection by allowing you to stay online even when you are surfing on a slow or congested network.

That all having been said, the latest version of Opera for Android can be found using this Google Play Store link.

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Sony SmartWatch 2 Latest Update Is Now Live, Comes With Performance Improvements

Sony has just released the latest software update for their SmartWatch 2 wearable device. The update aims to bring several performance improvements that will make the user experience even better. The major focus of the improvement done is on the homesceen swiping. To get this update all you have to do is make sure that the device is connected to the Internet as it will automatically update itself.

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Sony is in a good position to become the leader in the smartwatch category as their latest model has excellent features and great performance. The company is promoting what they call “everyday life” which features apps that are regularly used by consumers. Right now the Google Play Store has more than 200 apps compatible with the SmartWatch 2 with more being added each day however there are some apps that stand out above the rest due to their usefulness.

Some of the “everyday life” apps that can be used even when the device isn’t connected to a smartphone include the following.

Alarm Clock: The alarm feature of the device is easy to set. Just select the day, be it weekdays or weekends then set the snooze duration. There’s even an option to set the alarm of your smartphone as well.

Flashlight: There are times when you might be having a hard time finding your keys inside your bag. The flashlight feature of the SmartWatch 2 comes in handy during these occasions.

Timer: When you need a quick and easy to use timer this device has you covered. You can use it to time the egg that you are boiling, how long your speech is going to last, or record how long your morning run is. You will be able to choose between a normal timer operation or a countdown timer.

Watch: What’s a smartwatch if it even can’t tell the time? The SmartWatch 2 can give you the time of the day even if you are not connected to the Internet.

Sony SmartWatch 2 Specifications

  • Display: 1.6-inche
  • Resolution: 220×176
  • PPI: 176.09
  • Display type: Transreflexive LCD
  • Scratch Resistant: Yes
  • Water Resistant: Yes
  • Weight: 122.5 gm.
  • Interface: NFC and Bluetooth 3.0
  • Battery Life: 3 to 4 days
  • Charging: Micro USB charging
  • Compatibility: Android 4.0 and above

via sonymobile

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Quickoffice Updated To Version 6.1.181 With Better Google Document Handling, Performance Improvements, And Bug Fixes

Quickoffice-ThumbGoogle left many of us scratching our heads when they relaunched Quickoffice last month as a free app, one that probably should have shipped as a Google Drive update instead. Nonetheless, a new version has rolled out that nudges things in the right direction. Now opening a Google document inside Quickoffice will launch the file using the Google Drive app. Previously the document was merely displayed as a PDF instead.

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The opposite also works, though that functionality isn’t new.

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ASUS PadFone 2 Updated To Version V10.4.17.7, Contains Bug Fixes And Other Performance Improvements

PadFone2-ThumbI personally like the idea of a smartphone that docks into a tablet. The ASUS PadFone 2 strives for the joy of both form factors without the hassle of maintaining two separately. Those who happen to own the device have seen a steady stream of updates roll out as the months have gone by. While the latest update may not jump the device past version 4.1, it does usher in a slew of bug fixes and other general improvements.

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Press update brings Fever support, offline image caching and more

The latest update for the Press app has arrived in the Play Store today. This brings the app to v1.4 and includes a decent sized list of changes and improvements. To begin with, this update has added Fever support and offline image caching. Fever is the fourth service included in Press and is said to be filling a previously uncovered gap. The other three include Feedly, Feedbin and Feed Wrangler.

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Basically, Fever brings support for self-hosted RSS. It was also said to have been one of the top feature requests for Press. Given that we suspect more than a few will be happy with this latest update. Shifting to that next feature — offline image caching.

Users will be able to turn this one off and on by way of the settings and can also perform a manual one-time cache by long-pressing the sync icon. Other changes that have come along with this update include a “totally redesigned” Settings and a number of new preference options.

The new preferences include the ability to show titles-only in article view, show titles-only in the large widget and to disable the double-tap for Readability. Press users should also notice an improvement in the image viewer as well as some general performance improvements, sync improvements and “lots” of bug fixes.

Finally, there was also another accessibility related feature included with this update. The folks at Press have added underline links in articles which should be helpful for those who are color blind. With that, the latest version of the Press app can be found just where it would be expected — in the Google Play Store.

SOURCE: Press Blog

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Kindle app receives new library sorting, sync improvements

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Small but important tweaks to make book, magazine and newspaper management simpler.

Amazon has pushed a small but notable update to the Kindle reader app tonight that adds two new features as well as performance improvements. Starting with this version 4.2.0 update, you will now have more options for sorting the items in your library including by recent purchases, title or author (A-Z or Z-A). Additionally, the update added a new feature showing the amount of time left to finish the current chapter or entire book (presumably based on your average pace).

Naturally the update includes "sync and stability improvements", although no specific fixes were mentioned. Kindle users should go ahead and snag the latest version from the Play Store link above.

    

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Sony Xperia Z, ZL and ZR updated with various fixes and improvements

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Camera and all-around performance improvements follow quickly behind Android 4.2 update

Sony has started pushing out an update to the Xperia Z, ZL and ZR yesterday that builds on the previous jump to Android 4.2.2 with several fixes and improvements. We have just pulled down the v10.3.1.A.0.244 update on our own Xperia ZL (C6506 model) via the Sony Bridge for Mac application, but the update is supposedly pushing out OTA (over-the-air) as well.

While we don't notice any immediate changes, across all three devices users are reporting various subtle fixes such as a smoother boot animation, more efficient RAM management, improved 3G signal strength and touch response. A couple of camera changes have been made as well, giving access to high resolution images when not using HDR and improving low light performance.

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SwiftKey Cloud beta update improves Flow prediction and more

The SwiftKey Cloud beta launched a short time back and it looks like the first update has arrived. The details are coming by way of the SwiftKey blog where they offers details on the updated release for both tablets and smartphones. This update will bring the version number (for tablets and smartphones) to 4.2.0.94 and the apk for both are available for download at this time.

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As with any beta release, the folks at SwiftKey are looking for feedback so they can continue to improve and also continue to keep squashing any bugs. That aside though, this update has brought a list of changes and improvements, but there are still some known issues.

To begin, how about we cover the changes. These include improvements for the behavior of different keyboard layouts when multiple languages are enabled and improvements to the prediction quality in Flow. There were also some performance improvements aimed at reducing lag and for hyphen handling.

The remaining changes include the following;

  • Fixes for a variety of crashes in the settings
  • Keyboard should no longer refuse to accept input for a short while after pressing send in messaging apps
  • Kingsoft Office should no longer cause a crash
  • Fixed crashes when personalizing with Gmail
  • Enter key should now move cursor to new line in Firefox
  • Predictions disabled in Vaulty app’s password field

Otherwise, those known issues include the “occasional” crashes in the cloud setup process and when two emojis are typed next to each other in Handcent or Hangouts (this may have them combine into what is described as being a “weird new” emoji). The final known issue deals with when words are removed from predictions on devices. With this, those words may need to be re-added on all devices individually.

Those looking for the updated apk files should head to the download page on the SwiftKey site.

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Viber Updated With Read Receipts, Desktop Support, Big Performance Improvements, And More

unnamedViber provides a way to get around those pricey carrier bills for messaging, and it throws in free VoIP calls too. The app has been in need of an overhaul for a while, and now it’s here. Viber has been updated to be snappier and includes a few new features.

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Performance seemed to be a common complaint about Viber previously, but the developer promises big improvements in this update.

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Hisense Sero 7 Pro now receiving Maintenance Update

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The Hisense Sero 7 Pro tablet is now receiving a 52.2MB OTA update, which seems to be a small maintenance update. According to Android Central, the update also adds Google Currents as well as a few changes to the kernel and drivers of the tablet, which should be mostly performance improvements and bug fixes.

To install the OTA update, go into your Settings>About Tablet and check for a software update.

Source: Android Central

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Carbon for Twitter Updated, Brings In-App Browser and Huge Performance Improvements

With users flocking away from Falcon Pro and their drama with Twitter, Carbon is looking like a pretty good alternative for 3rd party tweeting. Today, the app received an update to version 1.2.0, bringing a long list of new features, as well as major performance boosts. In the update, the developer has added a built-in [...]
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Dropbox update for iOS adds swipe gestures, multi-file sharing

Dropbox‘s latest update for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch solves some of the minor niggles we’ve had with its iOS version. You can now share links to folders direct from the app, while the refresh also adds the ability select and share multiple files at once. Alongside the obligatory bug fixes and performance improvements, Dropbox version 2.3 also throws in a handful of new touchscreen-friendly gestures to the mix, allowing the user to share, move, delete or tag favorite files with a swipe. The update’s started to roll out to our iOS devices, or you can jump the queue at the source link below.

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[Download] Google Hangouts app updated to v1.0.2, welcomed bug fixes and performance Improvements

Google Hangouts App Update 1.0.2We don’t know about you guys, but the new Google Hangouts app that took the place of Gtalk is pretty amazing. While it still misses the mark a little without in app texting options, it is a dramatic improvement over the old app. We use it daily with the team and our friends. Hangouts is currently in a staged roll out update that will move it to version 1.0.2. With the update comes some fixes for a couple of fairly large issues, along with some of the usual performance improvements.

In 1.0.2 they have solved a double notification issue that was apparently plaguing many of you out there. This is the first i have heard about the problem, but for those getting a message on the new hangouts and the old Gtalk app on your device will be pleased that it should be gone. The audio issues faced in video calls on Android 2.3x devices, including the super amazing Droid Charge, should be resolved also. Again, a great thing since Gingerbread still has a fairly large user base still. There are other bug fixes and performance improvements that aren’t listed, but we imagine they are all minor things that just make the experience a bit better.

You might not see the new update right away as Google is pushing it out in stages with the new Play Store roll out options. We will keep our eyes peeled and see if we can snag it and get it out to you guys like us who have the patience of 3-year-old for updates. Check the Play Store though, you might have the update waiting for you already.

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Update: Got our hands on the APK for the latest update. If you are a bit impatient, or could really use those fixes now, hit the link below and pick it up. Thanks for share Mattew!

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Dropbox update adds improved photo viewing, support for six languages

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Every Dropbox photo can now be viewed in one place

More improvements in the way of picture handling have been added to Dropbox for version 2.3.5. In a recent update we saw albums and photo sharing added to Dropbox; with the latest update, we now get a better way to view stored photos from within the app. All previously uploaded photos will now be displayed for easy viewing in the photos section of the picture tab.

Localization also has been improved, with Dropbox learning six new languages: Indonesian, Malay, Polish, Russian, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese. The change log of v2.3.5 also boasts "tons of performance improvements."

The update is live right now in the Play Store for Dropbox users. Hit the link above to install or update.

    

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Dropbox update adds improved photo viewing, support for six languages

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Every Dropbox photo can now be viewed in one place

More improvements in the way of picture handling have been added to Dropbox for version 2.3.5. In a recent update we saw albums and photo sharing added to Dropbox; with the latest update, we now get a better way to view stored photos from within the app. All previously uploaded photos will now be displayed for easy viewing in the photos section of the picture tab.

Localization also has been improved, with Dropbox learning six new languages: Indonesian, Malay, Polish, Russian, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese. The change log of v2.3.5 also boasts "tons of performance improvements."

The update is live right now in the Play Store for Dropbox users. Hit the link above to install or update.

    

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Dropbox update adds improved photo viewing, support for six languages

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Every Dropbox photo can now be viewed in one place

More improvements in the way of picture handling have been added to Dropbox for version 2.3.5. In a recent update we saw albums and photo sharing added to Dropbox; with the latest update, we now get a better way to view stored photos from within the app. All previously uploaded photos will now be displayed for easy viewing in the photos section of the picture tab.

Localization also has been improved, with Dropbox learning six new languages: Indonesian, Malay, Polish, Russian, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese. The change log of v2.3.5 also boasts "tons of performance improvements."

The update is live right now in the Play Store for Dropbox users. Hit the link above to install or update.

    

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AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Express getting Jelly Bean update today

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Google Now, performance improvements and other features hit this mid-level Android smartphone

AT&T this morning announced that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is now available for its Samsung Galaxy Express smartphone.  With the update you'll get the "Project Butter" performance improvements, updates to the notification area and, most important, you'll be able to rock Google Now, with all its prediction and search capabilities.

You'll also get "Blocking Mode," which lets you turn off calls and notifications for a specific period of time. Plus, you'll get a new data usage calculator.

You can snag the update now by going to Settings>About device>Software update>Check for updates. You'll need to be on Wifi.

Source: AT&T

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AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Express getting Jelly Bean update today

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Google Now, performance improvements and other features hit this mid-level Android smartphone

AT&T this morning announced that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is now available for its Samsung Galaxy Express smartphone.  With the update you'll get the "Project Butter" performance improvements, updates to the notification area and, most important, you'll be able to rock Google Now, with all its prediction and search capabilities.

You'll also get "Blocking Mode," which lets you turn off calls and notifications for a specific period of time. Plus, you'll get a new data usage calculator.

You can snag the update now by going to Settings>About device>Software update>Check for updates. You'll need to be on Wifi.

Source: AT&T

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AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Express getting Jelly Bean update today

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Google Now, performance improvements and other features hit this mid-level Android smartphone

AT&T this morning announced that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is now available for its Samsung Galaxy Express smartphone.  With the update you'll get the "Project Butter" performance improvements, updates to the notification area and, most important, you'll be able to rock Google Now, with all its prediction and search capabilities.

You'll also get "Blocking Mode," which lets you turn off calls and notifications for a specific period of time. Plus, you'll get a new data usage calculator.

You can snag the update now by going to Settings>About device>Software update>Check for updates. You'll need to be on Wifi.

Source: AT&T

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