We have known that the newest version of Android is approaching early in 2012. Several devices have been broadcasted to get the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update in “early” 2012. Google is now getting some of its own apps for ICS to strike early next year.
Yesterday, a new update-the Android Market called v3.3.11 came out, there was some rumor saying that it didn’t work well on Honeycomb devices. The new update brings tweaked settings like the ability to download auto-updates over WiFi only to save your data on large updates. Changes furthermore contain a tweaked UI and more.
Along with the update to the Android Market to get prepared for ICS, the Google+ app is furthermore getting an update. The update for Google+ is available now and provides improvements for battery life, changes to navigation, improvements for notifications and support for Google Apps users.