10 billion applications downloaded from their ever growing and popular Android Market. We've been hearing random tips that the Market is experiencing problems for some but today they've been flooding in.
fancy new update. Twitter for Android just received its latest update today that matched it up with the recent changes to the web version. Some might not like the changes but I personally find it quite pleasing and easy to navigate. They've separated everything into four categories: Home, Connect, Discover, and Me.
Android Market sometime today according to the official Facebook Blog. They are calling it a faster Facebook for Android and it has tons of new features, improvements to the UI, faster performance, and that all important support for ICS (since the menu button has been missing for Nexi users). Check out these renders on the Galaxy Nexus and the full details below.
SwiftKey X has just received another excellent update today and just like recent updates they've brought plenty of improvements and new features -- not to mention even more languages support. Available in the market right now is version 2.2 and although we got our first look at the beta last week and tested the new features, today it's finally available for all and we have the full changelog.
last week and today the Google Voice app has just received its latest update in the Android Market. Google has brought a few much needed and requested features. A big one is being able to send to multiple recipients.
Dropbox has just been announced today thanks to HTC. We knew something like this was coming ever since we heard Sense 3.5 users would get free Dropbox storage but today HTC has announced that they've partnered with the popular cloud storage company Dropbox, and will be giving 5GB of free storage to all Android users.
Android Market with "official" Android 3.0+ support. This isn't anything new but at least now it's official. The update back in June worked on most Honeycomb tablets already and last month it came to all 2.2 and 2.3 devices. Now Netflix officially supports Honeycomb.