Android App Updates – July 31st, 2015: Stubhub, BeyondPod & More!


Moto App Gets updated

After Motorola announced three new phones this week, they also updated a few of their apps on Google Play. With one of those being the Moto app. The Moto app houses most of Motorola's custom features on their phones. Including Moto Display, Moto Voice and all of the gestures. This week it got auto location and activity adjustment. So you can set the app to know when you get to work and silence your phone when you get to that location.


Sony's Smartband Talk App gets Updated

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The companion app that goes along with Sony's Smartband Talk got a nice update this week. It brings updates to the timer, calendar and smart badge. Now you are able to change the time for a countdown timer, without needing to have your phone with you. Which can be a very helpful thing to have.


StubHub gets Uber Integration

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This isn't the first app to get Uber integration, as we've seen Google Maps do this as well. StubHub has now added the ability to call for an Uber within their app. So you can get a ride to the game and back home, even easier. It's a pretty great idea, and it's going to be interesting to see what other apps Uber gets integrated with, perhaps even StubHub's competitor GameTime?

Xperia Keyboard Gets Updated


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This week, Sony also updated their keyboard, which you'll find on every single one of their smartphones and tablets. The update includes a new number row as well as Punjabi language support and much more. If you are using a Sony smartphone, or tablet you can grab the update from Google Play now. The build is 6.7.a.0.84.

BeyondPod Comes to Android Auto in Beta Form



This week, BeyondPod released not one, but two Beta apps. One is for Android, while the other is specifically for Android Auto. This means that BeyondPod is yet another way for you to listen to podcasts in the car. The beta for Android Auto is also for Android M. So it's great to see the developers already working on getting their app ready for Android M when it launches in the fall.

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