Microsoft and their SmartGlass Xbox 360 second screen app arrived on the Android platform last month, but it was rather disappointing to know that official support was limited to the smartphone family only. There were some folks who realized that performing a sideloading procedure would have gotten the app up and running on their other devices, but from today onwards, there is no need to go through such mystical and arcane practices. In fact, today’s update would mean that official support for tablets of the 7-inch variety have been thrown into the mix.
Apart from that, there would also be the rather customary range of fixes for specific crashes which were connected to the achievements and settings screens, but apart from that, there is nothing else to look out for. I guess this means it is time the repertoire of tricks that your Google Nexus 7 is capable of has just increased, The install link on Google Play can be found here.
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