Droid Daily 5/13/13: Archos ChefPad, Nova Launcher, Google+ and More

| May 13, 2013 | Reply

White Nexus 4 Shows It’s face again

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Again, the Nexus 4 in white shows up on Google+. It still doesn’t have any real changes that we can tell, and there’s no sign of a release yet. Hopefully we’ll learn more later this week at Google I/O.

Galaxy S4 Gets a Paint Job for NTT DoCoMo

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Japanese carrier, NTT DoCoMo, is showing off the “blue arctic” Galaxy S4. This is in addition to the White frost and Black Mist Galaxy S4 colors.

Google+ Offering Suggested Content

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Today, Google+ has announced a new feature for website owners that can add suggested content  on mobile news sites. Currently, its only working on Forbes, but other website owners can add it with just one line of code.

Nova Launcher hits v2.1

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Over the weekend, Nova Launcher got updated to version 2.1 with a bunch of new features and fixes. Here is the changelog from the Play Store:

What’s in this version:

v2.1
New icon and wallpaper picker. Swipe between pages of themes
Ability to change icons & titles of apps in drawer, independent of applied icon themes. Drag app from the drawer to the Edit icon
(Prime) Improved grouping of apps. Drag app from drawer to Edit icon
(Prime) Ability to drag a drawer folder to the desktop. Stays linked with drawer folder.
Settings > New Apps for adding newly installed app shortcuts to the desktop. More advanced than the Play Store setting.
Optimizations and fixes

Archos Announces the ChefPad

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Today, Archos announced the ChefPad tablet. It’s an Android tablet for the kitchen. It’s a 10-inch tablet running Jelly Bean and a 1.6GHz processor with 1GB of RAM on board. It also has dual cameras and will go on sale for $209.99.

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