Dropbox for Android update has been rolled out, although the changelog states ‘Performance improvements and bug fixes’ as a part of the current release, the app adds support for file and folder level link sharing. For users who were already testing or using the beta release for the app would have already noticed the feature in place that allows users to share individual links for any file or folders. The timing for the update seems to be perfectly in place, while we suspect Big G’s new service i.e. ‘Google Drive’ for Android to be out very soon. Google would have to prove its self again to be the best by bringing a twist for its upcoming file sharing app by either integrating it towards all its verticals and services or by doing something ‘Magical’. The download link is right below, click, download and enjoy !
Download Dropbox for Android (2.1.3) from the Google Play Store
Scan the QR Code or click the image to begin the download
The developers at Instagram seem to be working really hard, Instagram for Android has now got its second update rolled out within 48 Hrs. of its release. The update 1.02 addresses multiple issues that includes a fix for images being displayed too small, ‘file not found’ errors while trying to import photos from gallery, search fixes for HTC devices, and camera incompatibility and crash related issues. For most of us who have already downloaded the app can apply the update it via the Google Play Store for our smartphones and devices. If you face issues while updating, I would suggest a full reinstall of the application. Folks who have not yet tried or experienced Instagram for Android yet should surely give it a try and be a part of the photo-sharing buzz. If you have already updated the app, please share your feedback with us.
Download Instagram for Android Update 1.02 from the Google Play Store
Requires Android 2.2 or higher
Scan the QR Code or click the image to begin the download.
Source : (Droid-Life)
Google Maps for Android gets updated to version 6.4.0, adding simplified and better design to Google Navigation options menu for devices currently running Android ICS 4.0. Google has made an endeavor to remove the old geeky vertical menu, which used to pop out while we used to press the menu button, while bringing a new grid based approach. Google Maps is one app that most of us would like to use either for navigation, address resolution, search on the go, or even just for fun. Recently we saw Google introducing Indoor Maps that even make our experience more intuitive and interactive, the feature is still limited to US and a few more regions, I hope that I arrives globally soon as it would involve new location based action, curiosity and joy to explore more stuff. I even await for an ICS update for my Sony neo v that would allow me to checkout ICS based apps more often, For readers who still haven’t had a hands on the brilliant app can download the same from the Google Play store using this link.
HTC, in addition to its previous list of smartphones upgradable to Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 have made some new additions to its portfolio and we expect even more to come in future as confirmed from HTC USA Facebook Page. The HTC Rhyme, HTC Thunderbolt, and HTC Droid 2 Incredible get added to the update list for Verizon Wireless users alongside previously announced HTC Rezound.
Canadian users with Bell and Rogers have HTC Raider to receive Android ICS 4.0.We expect HTC to share sweeter buzz on ICS, this one is becoming really bigger. 🙂