Google has been busy lately with different Calendar options across Android and our PCs. After finally bringing their Calender as a stand-alone app to the Play Store last year, it's seen several updates and improvements. As expected Google is continuing to improve the app, and today's update added something many will be happy to see.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and the new Nexus 7, and along with it confirmed all you Nexus users would be seeing the update arrive shortly. Claiming it would start rolling out that exact day, which was last Wednesday. As usual these staged rollouts are taking their sweet time, but today more users with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus are seeing it arrive.
AT&T launched the Pantech Discover back in January. The handset dropped as a budget-friendly device and while the specs were more than acceptable for the $50 purchase price, there was the bit about Ice Cream Sandwich that was hard to overlook. With Android updates always uncertain, we couldn't help wondering when or if the Discover would get an update.
Twitter app Carbon arrived this weekend bringing a slew of fixes, performance tweaks, and much more. The developer has been busy as of late, and this is the second major update to Carbon for Twitter this month alone, and many will be happy to see the changelog. All those font and Vine issues are fixed, and that's only the beginning.
Nexus 7 is the hot tablet in the Android world right now and while there are some decent improvements in terms of the specs, that doesn't mean your older model Nexus 7 will instantly turn into trash. Then again, some of those older model Nexus 7 tablets have been suffering from serious lag issues in recent months.
Galaxy S4 smartphone that brought in new features as well as security fixes. However, the update also included patches to security exploits that previously allowed the phone to be rooted. Owners intent on rooting their devices can breathe a bit easier now that a new rooting method has been developed over at XDA.
Nexus 7 ended up arriving for sale a bit earlier than was originally planned. As those first user reports have been coming in we have been seeing details about a few software updates. These updates will leave your Nexus 7 with Android 4.3, however they are showing two jumps in the version number.
Nexus 7, Android 4.3 more, and now we're seeing another update for their popular Hangouts chat app. It started arriving for users in stages earlier this week, but the official update for Hangouts is now readily available for all. If you like emoji support, you'll want to grab it.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, as well as the new and improved Nexus 7, but for those with last years model an update is on the way. As you all probably know, Wednesday Google also announced the 4.3 update was rolling out to all the recent Nexus devices, but it has been a slow and staged push.
an update rolled out for the T-Mobile HTC One, bringing with it some needed improvements to reception and other areas. Unfortunately, it also brought a bug with it, and after updating users discovered the HDR feature for the camera app missing. Fast forward a couple days, and an update has been issued to fix this.