Facebook's beta app for Android arrived late last night for many users, but this time around it was rather minor. They've continued their improvements to the photo sharing and saving aspects for mobile users, but it appears things are still in the testing phase. They've just updated to version 3.6 on the beta channel.
HTC is getting ready to start updating all of their high end flagship smartphones from last year with some new goodies. All the neat improvements and features from Sense UI 5 on the HTC One like BlinkFeed and Zoe are headed to the HTC One X+. We're seeing the update arrive in Asia, and it has also leaked in a few other forms as well.
Android 4.3 users happy. We know this isn't for everyone, but it's a biggie.
we confirmed, as well as Verizon Wireless themselves, that the aging and old Motorola XOOM tablet was indeed getting upgraded to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. To our amazement they haven't forgot about that old tablet, and now we're happy to confirm it's finally hitting devices. Although Verizon's initial report had a typo, this isn't 4.2 Jelly Bean, it's 4.1.2 instead.
here a few weeks, and we're already starting to see signs of the next version by Google. Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was announced and released two weeks ago by Google on their new Nexus 7 tablet, but we're also expecting to see the next major update to Android this year. That being the "K" release.
excellent as Nova. For all you Nova launcher and Prime users out there, today the developers at Teslacoil have just issued a nice little update that will bring tons of additional options and effects to your smartphone and tablet.
NFL app for Android has been updated this afternoon with tons of changes. Now that football is here (finally!) we all need an app to stay up to date with the latest news, scores, and highlights. It appears to be replacing the Verizon NFL Mobile app, and the official NFL (2011, 12, 13) one has simply been renamed NFL Mobile, and aside from a nice redesign it's all bad news.
Sony has been busy lately with updates. Showing that the company can keep up with Samsung and the rest by offering timely updates to the latest version of Android. They recently pushed out OTAs for their newest Xperia phones, and now we're seeing the Xperia Tablet Z get Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean this week. Hopefully 4.3 isn't too far behind though.