Google Nexus One gets a slew of software updates lined up over-the-air

February 2, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are a Nexus One owner already, Google has lined up quite a bunch of over-the-air software updates for you.  A slew of updates have started flowing out of Google house, and these bring in quite a handful of features that are enough to spruce up your Nexus One experience.

Check out the Google blog, and you will know that the software updates coming your way are indeed capable of making your Nexus One quite a plaything. Google has also made use of the update to provide for effectively fixing a handful of issues that some users might have experienced.

One significant aspect among the updates would be a general fix to help improve 3G connectivity on some Nexus One phones. The update can be accessed through a message you will receive on the phone’s notification bar. This has to be downloaded , installed and then the update will reach your Nexus One soon.

The updates also include Google Goggles, which comes as a mobile application that can be easily launched form your All Apps menu. You can employ the search option on your Nexus One camera to access this. Another update comes in the form of Google Maps, which is being updated to a new version called Google Maps 3.4. Google engineers have included starred items synchronized with via which you can access any location and also a night mode option that automatically changes your screen at night for easier viewing and driving.  More features are of course being included.

(Via GoogleNexusOneBlog)

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