Google has rolled out the latest addition for Google Now. The latest goodie is recipe recommendations and of course, comes in addition to the numerous other Google Now changes and updates we have seen over the past few days. This latest is basically just another card option and will work similarly to others. Those using Google to search for recipes should start noticing the new card option in Google Now.
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originally launched back in July 2012. The interesting part here, the app launched with quite a bit of hype, both from the developer and from the users. The app touted itself as being "Pure Twitter" and "Pure Android" and there was little to disagree with as it was a solid app. The bad news arrived later on when the developer, Chris Lacy, decided to stop active development on the app.
back in early January, however aside from the video, not much was really said in terms of when it could be expected. That has changed as of today though. The folks behind Chameleon have released their latest Kickstarter update and it includes a sneak peek of the launcher running on a Nexus 4 and also a Nexus 7.
Foursquare users, you have an Android app update ready and waiting. The update is available in the expected location, that is to say the Google Play Store. Perhaps more important though -- the changes that have been included. Foursquare has noted how this update brings "three big changes" and should in general, make it easier to find the best stuff around you.
SwiftKey Flow Beta has arrived. The app, as implied by the name, remains in beta which means those looking to play with the latest will need to download the APK file from the SwiftKey website. This update has brought the app up to version 22.214.171.124 and it can be found in two versions -- one for smartphones and one for tablets. The smartphone version is 5.8MB in size and the tablet version is 6.6MB in size.
Fitbit announced details about wireless sync on Android back in January and since then -- we have been anxiously waiting for the update to arrive. Simply put, the latest Fitbit for Android app update has added just that. The wireless syncing is noted as being in beta and only available for select devices. The supported device list includes the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II.
Pebble Notifier app that tied in with Tasker notifications and as of today it looks like we have a similar app update. This latest is for the Light Flow app and in addition to adding support for the Pebble smartwatch, Light Flow users are also getting a few fixes as well as support for a handful of other apps.