Archos has officially released their Video Player app into Google Play. The app is being touted as the"critically acclaimed ARCHOS Video player" and with the promise of it being able to deliver an "uncompromised multimedia experience." Fancy sounding chatter aside though, the Archos Video Player app is now available for non-Archos branded tablets.
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SwiftKey update has landed in Google Play. This update arrives as v188.8.131.527 and is available in both the smartphone and tablet versions of the app. As for the changes and additions, it looks like a new theme and some new languages as well as some fixes and improvements.
Flipboard for Android has come a long way since it originally launched as a Galaxy S3 exclusive. Except despite the app moving past that exclusivity period and into the Google Play Store, there was one bit that remained missing -- support for Android tablets. But on that note, it looks like that support has arrived.
Dragon Mobile Assistant launched back in October and at that time, served to replace the Dragon Go! app. Both of these apps were similar, however Dragon Mobile Assistant added new features to bring it more on the level of Google Now and Siri. In fact, the Dragon Mobile app looked rather appealing, but it had one issue -- device support.
Redbox Instant roll-out officially kicked off today. Albeit in a limited beta form, which simply means that if you don't have an invitation to join then you will be sitting back and waiting for a while. But on that note, it looks like Redbox and Verizon are ready for the users to come.
Google Music launched in Europe about a month ago, and when it arrived it did so with a feature that was not available for US-based users. That feature was music scanning and matching and in fact, it remained unavailable for US users until today. Simply put, Google has officially announced that those in the US now have access to music matching.