Over the last 24 hours, quite a few Android apps have been updated to fix compatibility issues with Jelly Bean. First and foremost, the all popular Swiftkey 3 received an updated that fixes some of the issues the keyboard has been having under Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. In addition to some bug fixes, the update fixes the broken prediction system in Jelly Bean and the predictions not working in certain cases.
Below is the full change-log of the update -:
UI fixes including missing secondary characters
Jelly Bean compatibility
Predictions not appearing in popups
Light Flow for Android also got an update that fixes the issues the application was having under Jelly Bean, along with some bug-fixes and issues with Motorola’s ICS calendar.
What’s in this version:
- Jelly bean fix
- Fix for several crashes which playing notification sounds
- Fix for motorola ICS calendar
- Fix initialization settings so notifications are enabled correctly
Lastly, Google also rolled out a new version of Play Music on the Play Store. This new version brings with it a new widget, an updated UI for easier navigation, Now Playing queue and more. Below is the full change-log of the update -:
* Now Playing queue that allows for queuing and reordering of currenty playing music.
* New UI for navigation with transport controls on the action bar.
* New large album art view on Recent.
* Playlist art is now constructed from album art of songs in the playlist.
* Now Playing widget has album art and support for thumbs up.
* Harder, better, faster, stronger.
So go ahead and grab the update from the Play Store!