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.
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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.
RunKeeper 3.0 was released a few days back in beta form. The folks at RunKeeper offered the app for those willing to sideload the APK file and as fans of the app, we naturally took a look. In fact, we not only took a look at RunKeeper 3.0, but continued to use it right up until this morning when v3.0 landed in the Google Play Store.
Pebble launched their Android app back on January 24 and it looks like an update has since arrived. This update isn't brining any new features, however it should be welcomed by those who happen to already have a Pebble on their wrist and have been having issues getting it paired. Simply put, this is a bug fixing update.
Agenda Calendar app launched for Android back in early-January after a long stretch of being available only for iOS devices. The app launched with a price tag of $1.99 and with support for devices running Android 4.0 or later for use. Given I had in the past flirted with an iPad and had been familiar with Agenda, I quickly spent the two bucks and had it running on my Galaxy S III.
20 million download mark. Of course, a little bit of a teasing wait seems to only left Android users anxious to download the game and begin playing. In fact, once Temple Run 2 landed in Google Play the combined downloads shot up and achieved a record breaking 50 million downloads in just 13 days.
Google has released the latest Chrome Beta for Android app update. And while this one may not be quite as exciting as the previous update that added support for experimental features, it did bring a handful of bug fixes. Along with the details in terms of the fixes, Google has also offered an update in terms of the known issues. That being said, lets dive in with the more exciting of the two -- the fixes.
Google Play. The update was in regards to questions about whether the app had been abandoned since it hadn't been updated in quite some time. That last update came back in February 2012. Putting the past aside though, it looks like the long awaited Pocket Casts update will soon be available.
saw the teaser for the Angry Birds Star Wars update and we were hoping that it would come available soon. And well, the update has since landed in the Google Play Store and those who have previously installed the app may want to go ahead and grab the update as it has added some new levels.