Droid Daily 5/21/13: Dropbox, Galaxy S4 Active, Cellmaps, and More

May 21, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Google+ Mobile Site Gets Updated

Today, Google added their Card UI to their Google+ mobile site. It’s actually a pretty nice update compared to what it looked like before hand. How many of you use the Google+ mobile site?

ParkMe launches on the Play Store


Today, ParkMe marked it’s first official release on the Play Store. It allows you to find nearby lots and garages to park in, along with rates, a parking timer, real-time space view and so much more. Sounds really good for a free app right?

Floating Notifications – Chat Heads without a ROM

Since Facebook introduced Chat Heads, everyone has been in love with them. It’s probably the best thing Facebook has ever done. We’ve seen Paranoid Android throw it into their ROM and now we see an alpha version of an app using it. Check out the video above for more information.

CellMaps launches on the Play Store

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Here’s a new app that we should all be using. It allows you to see coverage from each carrier and decide which one you want to use. Sounds pretty simple right? It’s free as well. Grab it from the Play Store.

Galaxy S4 Active Caught on Video Again

Well here we go with more leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S4 active. I wonder when it will become real?

Dropbox got updated


Today, everyone’s favorite cloud storage service got a nice update. Going to version 2.3.8. It brings the following changes according to the Play Store.

What’s in this version:

In version 2.3.8:
– Single sign-on support
– Updated translations
– Bug fixes and performance improvements