Top 5 Android App Updates You Need to Know About

Here’s a look at the top 5 best Android app updates you need to know about.

1. Path

path android app update

Path updated its Android app to version 3.4, giving users the ability to share videos for up to 30 seconds. iOS users were the first to take advantage of this feature when it was released more than two years ago. Recording a video in Path app is simple: just hold the camera button, add filters to your video, and then share your video with friends and family on the social network. You can download Path 3.4 from the Google Play Store here.

2. NBC Olympics Highlights

nbc olympics highlights android app updates

The 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter games starts on February 7th. NBC released the NBC Olympics Highlights and Results app. The app update includes images from the games, real-time news results, and users can check watch videos for every sport on their Android phone or tablet. NBC Olympics video is only available in the U.S. and the app requires 3G, 4G, or WiFi data connection. You can download NBC Olympics Highlights from the Google Play Store here.

3. Kik Messenger

kik messenger android app update

On Wednesday, Kik updated its Android app with a built-in browser so users can search the web without leaving the app. The update makes it easy so users can play games and share content. Just hit the share button, and you can share content with your friends. You can download Kik Messenger from the Google Play Store here.

4. Talon for Twitter

talon for twitter android app update

Talon for Twitter is one of the best Twitter clients available on Android. It just received a major update, which includes plenty of features, bug fixes, and stability improvements. Version 1.3.0 brings features like improved Instagram and Imgur image support, URL shortening, and users can mark messages as read. You can download Talon for Twitter from the Google Play Store here.

5. AllCast

allcast android app update

AllCast is an app that lets users stream music, videos, and photos to their TV via Roku, Apple TV and Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Recently Google released the Cast SDK, which gives developers the ability to add Chromecast support to their apps. This allowed Koush to update their Android app to support Chromecast. The free version of AllCast offers users a 1 minute viewing limit when it comes to pictures and videos. If you want to remove the viewing limit simply upgrade to the premium version. You can download AllCast from the Google Play Store here.

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