Google fashion we are seeing updates arrive today for multiple apps by Mountain View. The folks from Google like to send out updates all in one quick push, and today have done just that. They've issued updates to Google Play Music, Google Wallet, and Google Drive all today in the past hour.
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Android site, we sure have been writing about Steve Wozniak a lot lately. First we got to take a look inside his travel backpack and see all of his gadgets, then we heard him saying that he didn't agree with the highly publicized Apple-Samsung verdict. Now, thanks to a new Q&A session at Slashdot, we're finding out a lot more about him in general. Woz answered a bunch of different questions during the Q&A session, but a few of his answers in particular stick out.
Spotify, and even Google Play Music here in the US. This week they've let a few lucky users enjoy an early beta preview of their new Music Hub. We first mentioned this back in May, but now we've received our own hands-on time with the music app for Android.
Google has released an update for the free Google Play Music app, touting that this new version is now "harder, better, faster, stronger" in a nice little homage to Daft Punk. Version 4.3.606 of the Google Play Music app adds a reworked user interface, with transport controls now appearing on the action bar. It addition to the tweaked UI, this update also adds new Now Playing functionality, allowing users to queue up and rearrange songs.
Galaxy S III, and only in Germany, Spain, France, Italy and the UK. Try to contain your excitement, folks. Samsung will expand the Music Hub service to more devices and more countries soon.
only de-authorize up to four devices every year. This put those who often flash new phone or tablet ROMs in a bind, since an active flasher could run through his or her quota in a couple of months. The small but extremely vocal portion of Android users that this affects made their opinions known, and Google seems to have removed the limitation for the moment.
Google Play Music had recently received a few changes. Users can authorize 10 devices to use the music service, but recently Google changed this to only allow four deauthorizations per year. While this doesn't matter to the average user, many in the developer community were upset and we saw an uproar this afternoon.
Oracle trail continues we just keep seeing loads of interesting information regarding Google -- and more specifically Android. You could call this a treasure chest of information. While Google's earning calls quarterly always discusses revenue company-wide, this is showing earnings and numbers specific to Android.