Droid Daily 8/22/13: Facebook Pages Manager, Orbitz, Vine and More


'Note 2 Hidden Settings' App works Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S4's

Want some more developer settings? Well, if you have a rooted Galaxy Note 2 or Galaxy S4, this new app will give you even more developer options.

Vine Gets Updated



Today, Vine got an update to include hashtags and much more. Here's the full changelog from the Play Store;

What's New

Now you can mention people in posts and comments!
Also included in this update:
– Autocompletion on hashtags in text fields
– Other bug fixes and improvements
Please reach out to [email protected] or @vineapp with any issues or suggestions.

Duolingo Also gets updated



Today, Duolingo got a nice update. Duolingo is a great app to help you learn a brand new app. Here's the changelog from Google Play:

What's New

New in version 1.2:
Frequent fliers, subway riders, and those with spotty internet connections get ready… offline mode is here! The app automatically stores about an hour's worth of lessons that you can take while you are offline.

Facebook Pages Manager Updated



On Thursday, Facebook Pages Manager got updated as well. It actually brought in quite a big changelog:

What's New

– Upload multiple photos for a single post
– Edit Page admins: add new admins for the Pages you manage
– Tag people in comments to build a deeper connection with the people that matter to you
– Keep up with updates from other relevant pages in Pages Feed

Orbitz Gets Updated



So many apps were updated today. Adding to the list is Orbitz. Here's the full, lengthy, changelog:

What's New

We completely redesigned the app to be faster & easier to use on smartphones & tablets!
See hotels on a map. More easily find & compare flights. Filter & sort rental cars + book at non-airport locations. Book everything faster!
No need to sign-in each time to view booked trips + access them offline. And when you book a flight or hotel with a Gmail address, you'll get flight status and hotel check-in reminders on day of travel if you use Google Now.
See app description for new permissions.