There are over half a million apps available on the Google Play Store, spanning every category possible. Just like with anything else software-related, Android apps have their share of bugs and glitches, and some performance improvements are required over time.
Google tends to listen to consumer requirements and requests, and has been quite constant with their updates, frequently pushing bug fixes and occasionally introducing new features. Today, Google released a slew of minor updates for some of its major apps: Google Maps, Shopper, and Chrome for Android.
The updates include:
Anyone hoping to see the offline mode and Maps 3D, showcased earlier today, will be left disappointed.
Chrome for Android
Chrome for Android is still in its beta testing phase, even though most would have expected a final release to be available by now. If you are using Chrome on your smartphone and find any glitches, you can file a bug report here.
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Here’s a bug report for chrome. The internet still uses flash and will for a while longer. Work with adobe for people that want to just use one browser.
The Google Maps changelog didn’t change. All of those changes were from the last release.