Droid Daily 12/5/12: Ingress, Sony Xperia E, Gangnam Style, Swiftkey Flow, Google Voice, and More

Dropbox for Android gets Updated

Today, Dropbox got updated to include some bug fixes, and file management abilities. For most people this is their first cloud storage solution and many people still love it. Even though quite a few Android users have switched over to Google Drive now. Get it on the Play Store.

 Sony Xperia E and E Dual become official

The Sony Xperia E and E Dual are both coming in Q1 of 2013 with some low-end specs. Not that that's a surprise right? Featuring a 3.5-inch HVGA display, single-core 1GHz processor and a 3.2MP camera.

AT&T Supposedly rolling out its LTE-Advanced Network in mid-2013

We've heard so much about LTE lately. From people not wanting to buy the Nexus 4 because it lacks LTE connectivity, to Verizon blanketing their 3G coverage with 4G LTE by next year. Now AT&T is supposedly bringing out their LTE-Advanced network in the middle of next year.

A little Ingress humor

As part of the resistance here at Android Headlines, we always love going over to people's houses that have enlightened portals near them.

Gangnam Style Live Wallpaper

Well we just can't escape this song now can we? Gangnam Style is the number one most watched video on YouTube, passing up Justin Beiber. Now there's a live wallpaper app on the Play Store.

Rhapsody launches Songmatch

We've talked about this before, and now Rhapsody has officially launched it. They are now providing songmatching to go with their Rhapsody app. Anyone giving it a try? It's on the Play Store

Google Voice gets updated too

Google updated a few of their Android apps today, including Google Now. The update to Google Voice includes fixes for delayed SMS notifications and Inbox syncing issues. Grab it from the Play Store.

Swiftkey Flow Beta launching Tomorrow!

One of the most anticipated beta's is launching tomorrow. The new Swiftkey Flow Beta! We got confirmation through a tweet from Joe Braidwood, CMO of Swiftkey, that it'll be launching in less than 24 hours. That was from this morning.

Slice Keyboard hits the Play Store

Another new third-party keyboard is now available on the Play Store, it's Slice Keyboard.

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