Facebook Pages Manager gets a brand new UI
This week, the Facebook Pages Manager went through a pretty big update, it saw a brand new UI debut in the Play Store this week. The UI actually looks a lot nicer now, in my opinion. Check out the screenshots above. Here’s the changelog:
- new, streamlined look
- Now it’s easier to see your Page’s activity and insights
- See which admin posts and comments as your Page
Netflix gets a slight redesign
On the Eve of Google I/O, Netflix rolled out a new redesign for their app. It looks a bit more flat now and is mostly black with the “Netflix” logo being red. I have to say, I’m really liking the redesign, but now it’s time to redesign it for Android L, am I right?
Google Search 3.5.14 Rolls Out
This week, Google rolled out a new version of their Search app as well. This one is v3.5.14 and brings the “OK Google” hotword every where in the app. It also now features audio playback history. So if you use Google Search to play music often, it’ll grab it from your history now.
Microsoft OneDrive Gets Search
Yes, we are for real. Microsoft’s own cloud storage app did not have search. But it does now. It also has pull to refresh and a new nav drawer in this week’s release. This comes just a few days after the company upped their cloud storage to 15GB for free.
YouTube Creator Studio Debuts
The YouTube Creator Studio finally debuted on the Play Store. We had been hearing about this for quite some time and now it’s finally here. So there’s that. Here’s the description from Google Play: “The official YouTube Creator Studio app makes it faster and easier to manage your channel on the go. Check out your latest stats, respond to comments, and get customized notifications so you can stay connected from anywhere.”