Droid Daily 10/19/12: Jelly Bean, Galaxy Note 2, LG Optimus L9, Facebook, and More

Jellly Bean rollout for the 2012 Xperia Models starting Q1-2013, But 2011 Xperia Models won't get Jelly Bean

Unfortunate news for some Sony Xperia owners, specifically those that own some of the 2011 models from Sony. But for those that have Xperia devices released this year, you'll be getting Jelly Bean starting in Q1 of 2013. Read More

Leaked: Prices of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and LG Optimus L9 on T-Mobile

Two of T-Mobile's upcoming Android devices just got leaked, well kinda. We already know they are real, and they've been confirmed by their respective manufacturers. But Tmonews got a leaked image of pricing for the Galaxy Note 2 and the Optimus L9. Read more

BBC iPlayer gets updated

For our UK readers, BBC has updated their iPlayer app to support Jelly Bean. You can download the app from the Google Play Store now. Read More

Facebook for Android Gets updated

Everyone's favorite social app, Facebook, okay it's probably not everyone's favorite. But it just got updated to improve photo functionality. Read More

WhitePages 2.0 gets Released

WhitePages for Android has reached version 2.0. It includes a new interface (Android 4.x interface), Social, and discovery functionality. Download the app from the Play Store now. Read More

Evernote Gets some new Features for its' Android app

Evernote for Android, the popular notetaking app, got updated with offline notebooks, widgets, and even more. The App also got a semi-holo look, which is great to see. Especially with Google trying to eliminate the menu button. Read more

Google's Field Trip app gets updated

Google's latest app, Field Trip is a great app. It's very good of letting you know about your surroundings. Today Google pushed out an update to the app, it's got a pretty big changelog, so hit the Play Store for all the details. Read more

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