Play Store, reporting on app updates daily would be nearly impossible. However, when there's multiple updates that are all quite major and extremely popular, we'll share the information. Yesterday Google Maps, Twitter, and Vine received updates, and today we're seeing a few more big names getting quick fixes.
we reported that the social network had announced the Facebook beta for Android app, which promised to be a (sorely needed) improvement offering better performance and other such statements we've heard before. It has been about a week, and an update for the beta app was just rolled out featuring a host of bug fixes while retaining the same version number.
Google Glass and a Tesla Model S can now bring the two together via the new GlassTesla app, which was announced in the auto maker's forums earlier this evening. With the app, Glass owners will be able to monitor certain aspects of their Model S, including its charging status and where the vehicle is located at any given moment.
Google in regards to reports that they've been discount pricing Android to manufacturers with the expectation that they increase Google App awareness to their clients.
Google Maps has revitalized the way we travel in so many ways, including the ability to (for all intents and purposes) void every other aftermarket GPS device on long trips. One of Google Maps' achievements is its ability to go down to street level and see an area face to face, something which a satellite from any other competitors simply cannot do. So with an add on of over 1000 new Street View locations around the world, finding that getaway spot may just get a whole lot easier.
Youtube, video news results, and other services such as DailyMotion together in one vast detailed list of results based on search subjects, has finally made its way over to Android. Previously it was only available on iOS, where it began to garner rave reviews. But surprisingly, that's not the biggest news of all.
Vine has taken the Gold Crown of Social App status away from Instagram. That means that where Instagram previously stood before, at #1 in Social App status on Google Play, now lies Vine. It seems as if then, that consumers really, really like 6 second video clips...