Android App Updates Feb. 14, 2014: Fitbit, Paypal, Handy Photo and More


Droid Zap Updates to Allow Sharing to all devices

This week, Motorola and Verizon updated their Droid Zap app to support sharing pictures to all devices. This comes just shortly after the app got a nice makeover last month. Previously, only the 2013 DROID family of phones were able to share pictures, but now it's available for many more.

Qualcomm's Toq and Companion App Get updated to v1.3



The companion app for the Toq Smartwatch got a nice update this week. It brings along for the ride some activity point tracking, fix for annoying notification bug and much more. The Qualcomm Toq is still available from Amazon as well, if you're looking to pick one up.

Handy Photo Updates to version 2.0

Handy Photo also got a nice little update this week. It brings along a new redesigned UI, some new features, as well as a reset button, on-screen instructions and more. They added the ability to selectively adjust tone and color, ability to partially apply filters and textures, new texture and frames categories and more.

gReader Updates



For those of you that still use a RSS reader, gReader was just updated this week. It brought along a nice offline mode, some bug fixes and much more along. Remember with the offline mode, data is saved locally, so you'll want to be sure you have enough space.

Paypal bumped up to v5.4


Paypal made its way to version 5.4 this week. This brought along a boost for your security. So you can link your phone to your account and be sure that your account belongs to you. They also brought along PayPal Extras MasterCard, eBay MasterCard and Paypal Smart Connect into your PayPal wallet. They also fixed a slew of bug fixes per usual.


Fitbit Updated to support more devices


The FitBit app was updated today to support even more devices. This is for syncing via Bluetooth 4.0 LE, which is an Android 4.3 feature. It's now compatible with the Moto G, Xpeira Z, Z1, Z1s, ZL, ZR, Z Ultra, and Tablet Z.