Google announced their new messaging service to replace Google Talk, and hopefully one day Google Voice. That being their new Hangouts app. It was revealed at Google I/O, and since has been updated with a slew of new features, smiley faces and more. This weekend however, an update arrived that should make all you AT&T users happy.
Evernote for Android has received a new update, this one bringing with it the ability to edit attached documents using OfficeSuite. Such is aimed at users who find themselves frequently editing documents or find them to be a central aspect of their Evernote experience.
Verizon Wireless recently released the DROID ULTRA and DROID MAXX smartphones and it looks like they are both getting updates straight out of the box. This is nothing more than a minor update and will have the handsets jumping to software version 12.7.7. The update doesn't appear to contain any security fixes, which really just goes to say that you don't need to be in any rush to update.
Nexus 7 users had been complaining about issues dealing with multitouch. The issues were believed to have been caused by a software update, however in a bit of good news -- another update has come available for the tablet. Those sporting a Nexus 7 with multitouch issues should be on the lookout for software update JSS15Q.
Jelly Bean, or even 4.2.2 to arrive for the HTC One smartphone, today we're seeing an update hitting devices across Europe. The HTC One is receiving a rather small 32MB update which is adding a few new features, as well as official support for the Google Keyboard.
YouTube with some of the biggest and best changes yet. We have a completely redesigned and reworked YouTube, complete with a new icon, Google Now card-style user interface, multitasking and picture-in-picture, and much much more. Check it out and download the newest version below.
Google Now users, but with that in mind, moving forward My Answers will be able to support flight, reservation, purchase, plan and image related questions.
NVIDIA SHIELD gaming console in the palm of your hand has only been available for a few weeks, and we're already seeing an update for the android 4.2 Jelly Bean powered device. An update has just started arriving on our SHIELD's, which comes in at a quite large 402MB, and apparently fixes some audio issues.