Android App Updates 2/21/14: OneDrive, Docs To Go, Waze, and More

Docs To Go Updated to v4.0 with a huge redesign

This week, Docs to Go was updated to the big 4 dot 0. Which brings around a nice redesign, which actually look a bit like it belongs on iOS. But it's still a pretty big update compared to the older version. The price has also been reduced from $14.95 to $9.95.

BitTorrent and uTorrent Apps Updated

BitTorrent and uTorrent were updated this week, bringing the integration of BitTorrent bundle so you can get some stuff from up and coming artists, an overhaul on the user interface and usability, added the ability to choose download locations, added the ability to skip parts of a torrent and more.

Microsoft Skydrive updated to OneDrive

Microsoft was ordered to change the name of Skydrive due to a lawsuit. Which they finally unveiled OneDrive this week. Microsoft also launched a new way to earn up to 8GB of storage on the web, that's on top of the 7GB of free storage. Which isn't most of our best option for cloud storage, especially if you are all-in on Google services, Google Drive is probably still a better option, or even Dropbox.

Google Currents Update Directs Users to Play Newsstand

Let's have a moment of silence for Google Currents. With their latest update, Google has basically killed the app and is pushing everyone over to Google Play Newsstand, which is the replacement of Google Currents, and the old Google Play Magazines app.

Waze Updated with new Sync Calendar

Waze is now part of Google, and Google has already gone ahead and pushed most of the Waze data into Google Maps. But they are keeping Waze as it's own standalone app as well. The update this week brings along the ability to sync your calendar with Waze. So that events with locations are automatically added for one tap navigation when its time to go. Waze also added tons of bug fixes to the update as well.


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