Android App Updates for Jan. 16th, 2015: Wikipedia, Parallels Access, and More!


Wikipedia Gets Updated

Wikipedia got a nice Material Design update this week. It also got a ton of new features, which is always nice. Let's check out the changelog.

"Lead images: experience Wikipedia like never before with a prominent, contextually-relevant image and description at the top of articles. Image gallery: tap on images to view them full-screen. Swipe left or right to browse other images within the article. Read more: suggestions for further reading at the bottom of articles. Search improvements: search results now have quick descriptions below them. There is also a history of your searches when the search box is empty."

Parallels Access v2.5 Adds Support for Samsung's S Pen and More

This week, Parallels Access got a nice update. It brought a bunch of new features, including the ability to use the S Pen when using Parallels Access. Including a new file manager, and a slew of other features.

Google Sheets Updates on the Web



You can now add images to the header cells on Google Sheets. So you can brand your spreadsheet now, if you are using Google Docs for company stuff. It's a pretty cool feature, but one that most people probably won't care about.

Capital One Acquires Level Money, Will let it run independently for now

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This week, Capital one and Level Money announced they had made a deal for Capital One to acquire them. They also stated that they will remain independent from Capital One at least for now.


"Today, we're taking the next step on our journey: Level Money has joined Capital One. In retrospect, this next chapter is obvious: Capital One's story and capabilities are completely unique. Much younger and nimbler than any other top bank, Capital One is a founder-led company on a mission to transform the way banking is done. Taking a technology-based, consumer-centric focus to banking is core to what Capital One does, and on that team we found a deep passion for solving old problems in a new way. Delivering delightful experiences within financial services is hard, and we're placing our bets on this group of people. "