Droid Daily 5/20/13: Field Trip, CM10.1 Release Candidate, Dish Network and More
Dish Anywhere Gets Updated
Today, Dish Network updated their Dish Anywhere app. It’s one of their couple of Android apps. It doesn’t seem to get much love, and if you check out their app on the web version of Google Play, you’ll see what I mean. Here’s the changelog from Google Play
What’s in this version:
New in 1.5.38
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Galaxy S3 LTE Launching June 5th on T-Mobile
The long awaited, Galaxy S3 with 4G LTE on T-Mobile is getting ready to launch. Latest news is speculating that the device will launch on June 5th. With the only change being that it now supports T-Mobile’s very young 4G LTE network. Which should be launching in more cities this month and through out the summer.
CyanogenMod Hits Xperia Tablet Z
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z has just been treated with a CyanogenMod 10.1 release Candidate. What’s interesting here is that, Sony has already released AOSP for the Xperia Z and the Xperia Tablet Z. So it shouldn’t have been too hard for Steve Kondik and crew.
Field Trip App Giving Admission to 13 Museums
The other app from Niantic Labs, Field Trip is doing something rather cool. It’s giving our free admission to 13 different museums throughout the US.
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