Today is Wednesday, and as I’m sure many Android fans know by now, it’s time to hit up the Play Store and see which Google apps are getting updated.
First up is Google Camera. This update to version 2.1.042 is a fairly small one, but it does include a nice feature: support for capture photos while recording a video.
The second app that’s being updated today is Google Wallet. This update is a bit more significant than Google Camera’s, bringing with it a new way to quickly switch accounts, the removal of the Explore Offers feature and a Setting for receiving notifications when an order has shipped, is out for delivery or encounters a delivery problem. Additionally, the card selector button in the app has been relocated to the slide-out navigation bar.
Earlier this week, Google also pushed a major update to its Maps app. These Camera and Wallet app updates may not quite as feature-packed as the Maps update, but hey, any app update is usually a good one. If you’ve got Google Camera or Google Wallet installed, you can hit up the Play Store on your device or using the links below to get up-to-date.
UPDATE: Google has announced that Chrome Beta for Android is getting updated today as well. The update bumps Chrome Beta up to version 35.0.1916.99 and includes stability and bug fixes. El Goog says that the update will hit the Play Store in the coming hours.