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3rd May 2012 | 20:25
A revamp that was definitely needed, the new Spotify Android app is now much less cluttered and sports a new user interface which compliments the new Android 4.0 surroundings. On top of the visual makeover, the app has been enhanced to run quicker with high resolution album artwork that look at home on 720p screens found on the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
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It may have inherited a cloud-based storage rival in Google Drive, but Dropbox has now been optimized for Android 4.0 tweaking the gallery view mode and adding separate tabs for Uploads and Favorites. Users can now access files offline and upload photos and video in bulk.
It still remains one of the best ways to explore your surroundings and the latest version of Google Maps has added a redesigned screen to make it easier to hunt out a destination, higher resolution maps for devices like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the Asus Transformer Prime plus improved responsiveness for panning and zooming around your location.
The retro camera app phenomenon recently snapped up by Facebook, now supports Android 4.0-packing devices like the HTC One X while providing better support for tablets. Expect the usual array of custom filters and borders with the ability to now view your vintage-looking pictures in the Gallery app.