Droid Daily 8/7/13: Google Play Music, LG G2, Galaxy NX Camera and More

August 7, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Google Play Music All Access Now Available in More Countries

Remember back at Google I/O when Google announced Google Play Music All Access and how cool it was, until they said it was US only? Well now it’s available in Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and the UK. That’s quite the rollout for Google.

Samsung Open Sources the code for the Galaxy NX Camera


You remember that very expensive mirrorless camera that Samsung announced earlier this summer? Yeah the Galaxy NX Camera. Well they’ve just open sourced the code for that camera. So those looking to develop for it can.

Ustream for Android Gets updated


Today, the Ustream app for Android got updated with a pretty lengthy changelog:

What’s New

The latest major update includes brand new navigation and design in addition to quick buffering and various other improvements.
– New fly-in menu with categories for easy navigation
– New featured upcoming events
– New blue actionbar with redesigned icons
– New light color theme and app icon
– New settings on phones
– Reduced buffering time
– Various streaming improvements
– Available on Android 2.3 and above

MovieFone for Google TV Launches on the Play Store


Today, AOL launched Moviefone for your Google TV in the Play store. Of course you can only use it with a Google TV. It weighs in at about 194k, and so far it’s sitting at 5.0 star reviews. Not bad.

AT&T Continues to expand their LTE network


Today, AT&T announced that they had flipped the 4G LTE switch on a few new markets, which include:

  • Coeur D’Alene, Idaho
  • Stockton, Calif.
  • Charlottesville, Va.
  • Topeka, Kan.
  • Kirksville, Mo.
  • Ft. Collins-Loveland, Co.

LG G2 Signup Page goes live for T-Mobile


We know the G2 is coming to all the major US carriers. And now the signup page for T-Mobile has just popped up. So if you want some more information on the G2, fill it out.