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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.
Galaxy S4 and the newly announced Motorola Moto X supporting some form of air gestures to access some functionality on the device. Whether it's to avoid greasy smudges or to have some stylish way of dismissing calls and messages, fans of the gesture-based system need not pine for new phones just to get this feature.
Sony has just announced the availability of updated versions of their Android media apps. These updates cover their WALKMAN, Album, and Movies apps and are aimed to converge on Sony's cloud services to provide a more integrated entertainment experience.
Android Device Manager a little while back and since then we have seen bits and pieces of the puzzle coming together. Settings began showing up on Android devices earlier in the week and as of today the tracking website has gone live. This isn't the complete setup just yet, but for now you can track, ring and erase a lost device from the web.
Moto X earlier in the month and while the handset has a decent set of specs, much of the focus was on the user experience. Part of that experience is something called Active Display. This means the handset will be able to show incoming notifications for items such as SMS messages or emails without having to light up the full display. With that in mind, a new app called Active Notifications has recently entered the Play Store and it will bring similar features to other handsets.