Google WalletGoogle has started pushing out a new updates for its Google Wallet and Google+ apps on Android. While the Google+ update doesn’t do much except the usual “stability improvements and bug fixes”, the Google Wallet app has received more significant updates. According to the changelog, Google Wallet now has the ability to handle PO boxes and increased allowable address length for prepaid card top up, fixes to rewards card syncing, improvements for supporting more handsets and core wallet system fixes. Both updates are available now from the Android Market for free, though if you have the apps on your phone, you should receive the update notifications by now. Links to the Market below:

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