4.4 KitKat, the Samsung Galaxy Gear, Note 3 and more all making headlines. So while you're all busy watching our IFA hands-on coverage, we figured a quick update on some important applications was in order. There's plenty of apps getting updates this afternoon, but here are a few big ones.
HTC One Max images and the Nexus 4 dropping $100, we wanted to share a quick reminder that tons of apps are receiving updates from last night and this afternoon. There's always too many to list, but a few important ones made our cut. From NFL Mobile, ESPN Fantasy Football (heck yes) to Twitter and more.
Play Store, reporting on app updates daily would be nearly impossible. However, when there's multiple updates that are all quite major and extremely popular, we'll share the information. Yesterday Google Maps, Twitter, and Vine received updates, and today we're seeing a few more big names getting quick fixes.
multiple hardware partners announcing Nexus-like devices running stock Android. Previous rumors have pegged Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (not Key Lime Pie) for June 10th, but others are stating it will arrive in early July.
TeleNav has just announced a few rather interesting developments for their Android and iOS apps. It looks like Telenav Scout will be getting the popular 3D mapping technology for landmarks and major cities, along with many other useful new features. If you're still looking for an alternative to Google Maps you might want to read on below.
Samsung had multiple announcements and details put forth to us readers. We'll start off with the big news, that being NVIDIA's Tegra 4 details were leaked -- and it sounds amazing. More news from today is all below for your enjoyment.
Google and Samsung rocked the news for a better part of the day, so read it all below.
Galaxy Note II's success, it's no surprise that Samsung is quick to support it. Owners of the international Galaxy Note II (GT-N7100) are in for a treat today, as SamMobile reports that Samsung is beginning to push updates to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean out the door. This update, of course, brings plenty of new features that users will want to have on their handset, so there's plenty of reason to get excited about Android 4.1.2.
Dropbox is an essential tool that gets used every day. It's free and easy to use, and the fact that it's on so many different platforms makes it to go-to choice for cloud syncing and storage for a lot of people. The Dropbox Android app is a handy little tool with a lot of different features, but one feature it's always been missing is the ability to move folders around within the app.
Google IO we heard about an upcoming feature to the Google Play Store that would make users and carriers alike extremely happy. This was called smart app updates. Essentially how this works is when you get an update the Play Store will only download the new bits, rather than the entire application again.