Now that the Galaxy Nexus, the first Android handset running Ice Cream Sandwich is publicly available, its time for developers to update their apps according to the magazine style UI. The team behind Dropbox has done exactly that, and have released a major update for the app in the Android Market. The new update brings a new overhauled UI, bulk uploads and more.
Below is the full change-log of the update -:
- Completely redesigned the app and added lots of new features!
- Favorites: quick offline access to files
- Bulk upload photos and videos
- Rename files and folders
- Single-tap access to all file and folder actions
- Improved gallery view
- Upload from and export to local storage
- Optimized for Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0)
- Numerous bug fixes and stability improvements
Readers can download the latest version of Dropbox from here
In other Android apps and games related news, Rockstar has updated its recently released GTA III game on the Android Market to add support for the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S2 and a few other handsets. The overall stability and performance of the game has also been improved. The company has also reduced the price of the game by 40% until December 29th. GTA3 can be purchased from the Android Market for $2.99 from here
Folks, its finally here! Rockstar Games has finally released GTA 3 for Android phones! Yes, its the same full blown GTA game that you used to play back in your teens, killing bad guys, doing all sort of crazy stuffs and what not. The company has released GTA 3 so as to celebrate the 10th anniversary of this critically acclaimed game.
Rockstar has done a remarkable job in porting GTA 3 to Android handsets. On my Samsung Galaxy S2, the game was utterly smooth without any lags. Just a word of caution though, the game downloads an extra 300MB+ of data after you purchase it from the Android Market. So please make sure that your phone is supported by the game prior to buying it.
The game only supports a dual-core powered Android handsets including the HTC Rezound, LG Optimus 2X, Motorola Atrix 4G, Droid X2, Photon 4G, Galaxy R, T-Mobile G2X and the Galaxy S2. The only single core phone which is capable of running GTA 3 is the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. The game also supports all the Tegra 2 powered Android tablets out there as well, along with support for selected USB gamepads.
The game does not support the Galaxy Nexus, but Rockstar is working hard on adding support for the Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
GTA 3 is available in the Android Market for a mere $4.99.