A small update was pushed today for Google+ on Android and other platforms that adds a bit more fun to using Google's social networking service. Users will now be notified whenever Google+ creates a picture through its Auto Awesome feature.
The latest Chrome Beta for Android update has been detailed. This one is arriving as Chrome 30 Beta and should be available by way of the Play Store soon enough. More important are the changes and new additions which this time around include some image related search improvements and some new gestures.
Google is currently rolling out the latest update for Keep. Details on this update bring talk of reminders, a new navigation drawer and images. The reminder options are time and location based and just in case you aren't ready to complete that task just yet -- there is also the option to snooze it for the time being.
Google is getting ready to bring language translations to Google+. This will initially be available on the desktop, however in time it will also arrive for those using Google+ on a mobile device. Simply put, once this rolls-out to your Google+ account you will be able to translate a post with just one click.
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.
The Layar app has been around for sometime now, however that same app has recently gotten a new look. In fact, the folks at Layar have announced a new look all around. Layar users will likely notice a new look and feel for the Android app as well as on the Layar website and even with the company logo. And aside from the new look and feel, there were also some improvements and changes within the app itself.
The latest Google+ Android app update has been detailed and it looks like quite a few changes can be expected. This update will bring the app to version 4.1 and is said to include a handful of "highly-requested improvements." That being said, those improvements touch on account and page switching, Google Apps for Business, Google Drive photos and videos, location sharing and Messenger.
Drippler originally launched for Android back in May 2012 and it looks like the team is currently celebrating a new milestone -- they have served up more than 200 million drips, which includes a mix of tips, features, updates, apps and accessory discoveries. Perhaps more important for fans of the service, Drippler has launched v2.0 of the app and it brings a new design along with proper support for tablets.
An updated version of the Box app has landed in the Play Store today. The Box team has said this update was intended to make the app faster and more relevant to you -- the user. With that in mind, some of the changes that have come along include a new navigation drawer, easier access to switch between accounts and real-time updates to offline files. There is also an updated widget.
We reported just a few days ago that Google has started to push out an update to its Play Store Android app that brought in some usability changes. We've also provided a download link for those who were eager to try it out at once. For those who've been more cautious and have decided to hold out, the wait is now over as the 4.3.10 update finally hits devices.