Facebook Home setup you may want to grab this latest update. Facebook for Android has recently been updated and you can now do just that -- use Cover Feed as your lockscreen without having to make the full Facebook Home commitment. Aside from enabling Cover Feed for non-Home users, there has also been some additional device support for Facebook Home.
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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 22.214.171.124 and the apk for both are available for download at this time.
Netflix Blog where they have announced the launch of this new feature -- a feature that will allow users to create up to five profiles per account.
came available for Android a few weeks back. The app launched with quite a bit in terms of functionality and features, however it looks like a rather welcomed update has recently arrived in the Play Store. This update brings the app to v0.8 and has taken care of various unspecified bugs and also added push notifications and more.
Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app has been available for Android for quite a while now. The app launched in the Google Play Store and in the Amazon Appstore back in November of last year, however a new update has brought support for videos. Simply put, the Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app now has support for uploading, downloading and streaming videos.
was removed from the Play Store back in mid-June and the developer promised to keep the updates coming. Since then we saw v2.0.4 arrive by way of the GetFalcon website. While these continued app updates are welcomed, they also bring the need to remember to check for updates from a source other than the Play Store.
Sonos has returned with another app update for Android users. While the focus with Sonos often seems to have you pulling music from the cloud, the focus of this update brings the ability to play audio files that are stored on your handset. This includes regular music tracks as well as any podcasts that you may have downloaded. Anyway, this update is already available by way of the Google Play Store and will bring the app up to version 4.1.1.