Logitech Revue Android 3.1 Honeycomb Update Rolling Out Now
By on December 7th, 2011

Back in late October, Google announced that it will finally start rolling out the much awaited Honeycomb update for devices running Google TV. The update was first meant to be rolled out to Google TV devices manufactured by Sony, and then to the Logitech Revue, which has been a disastrous product for the company.

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Today, Logitech has finally announced via a blog   post that the Android 3.1 Honeycomb update for the Revue will start rolling out from this week onward. For the unknown, the Honeycomb update for the Revue brings with it lots of changes, including access to the Android Market. At the moment, 50 apps are specifically available for Google TV on the Android Market, including Google’s own Music app.

The whole UI has also been refreshed, and makes browsing through content much easier. The in-built Google Chrome browser has also been updated to the latest version, and brings enhanced search capabilities and keyboard navigation along with support for Adobe Flash 10.2.

Logitech Revue users will automatically get the update when they start their device next time. New Revue owners will get the update when they activate their device. Revue owners can find more info about the update here.

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