Official Facebook app for Android is upgraded with some new features and one of those is support for uploading batches of photos from an Android device to Facebook in quite an easy and quick way.
Mozilla, has released a minor update of their desktop web browser, Firefox 15 which includes some of new features like support for Maithili language, silent background updates, optimized memory usage for add-ons etc.
Alongside, updated Facebook Messenger for iOS, Android users can also grab the Facebook Messenger v1.9 for Android devices from Google Play which is released with some new features like emoji support and fixes for issues found in the previous release of the application.
The updated Facebook Messenger v1.9 for iOS is live at App Store, which is integrated with some bug fixes to improve quality of application and includes new feature of emoji to send smilies to messenger contacts as messages accompanied with support to view a contact’s Timeline by clicking on it from contacts list during chat.
Back in July Apple released Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion so this time a maintenance upgrade of the operating system v10.8.1 is available and could be grabbed through Software update or via directly from official web page.
Microsoft has released updated Skype 4.1 for iOS with a new feature of photo sharing that allows users to send photos right from their iDevice’s camera roll to their Skype friends, if they are online.
According to the Microsoft official blog Office Web apps are updated with the new improvement for touch screen tablets and browsers including Internet Explorer on Windows 8 and Safari on iOS.
Google has enabled Smart app delta updates for Google Play Store, the feature which has been revealed first at Google I/O 2012 in June.
Google released an update for Google+ app for Android devices, which is available for download via Google Play with new enhancements and features improvements.
Google pushed Google+ ver 3.1 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad which now includes a new feature Open in Chrome that allows users to make a browser choice to open URLs in Google Chrome instead of Safari over iDevices.