Google Updates Chrome, Maps, Shopper for Android
Jun 6, 2012, 2:24 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google today pushed out updates to a handful of its Android applications. First, a new beta of Chrome for Android 4.0 is available. The new beta fixes bugs and makes stability improvements. The new version of Google Maps for Android does not add offline support (yet), but does add access to user reviews and Zagat scores, directions from map bubbles, and fixes a Latitude bug. Last, Google Shopper fixes some bugs related to crashing. All three are available from the Google Play Store for free.
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