app is being updated to version 1.3 today. With it, you’ll find the new Android slide-out menu and redesigned tablet interface.
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Quip, on the other hand, puts mobile ahead of everything.
confirmed as coming to Android way back in July, but it wasn't until yesterday that we learned a specific launch date. As those who have been waiting will likely remember, that release date was set for today, December 3rd. And well, a quick check of the Play Store shows the VSCO Cam app as being available and ready for download.
several months back, but again, the app is expected to arrive in the Play Store as of tomorrow, December 3rd.
1Password 4 is coming to Android. Currently in beta testing, the AgileBits team is gearing up to bring the latest installment to Android, having left us in the lurch since 1Password Reader in early 2012. That one was a bit behind iOS, but the latest installment should be a marked improvement.
Android app, promising a complete redesign. The new app is touted as being simpler to use, and functional across more document types. Users can also add custom images or stamps, and forward signed documents along via email, or store them in the cloud.
Dayframe is an app that we have been looking at recently. Details of the app emerged earlier in the month and thanks to an available beta, we were able to take an early look at the app. Basically, Dayframe will turn your Android tablet or smartphone into a digital photo frame.
Twitter for Android joined the group of apps that had a beta test program back in late-August. The beta program is handled through the Play Store and available for those who want early access to new features. Not to mention, those who are willing to provide feedback and possibly put up with some quirks and issues.