Google has rolled out updates for its YouTube and Nexus Q companion app, and also for Google Movies & TV.
Nexus Q is not such a sensation probably because the previous version of the official app was limited to devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The updated Nexus Q app works with all devices running Android Gingerbread (2.3.3) and above. It has also made improvements to the social mix feature.
Users can download and install the app from the Google Play Store. Nexus Q started shipping recently, so this is the right time for an update.
Updated YouTube app also runs on devices running Gingerbread and above. Now Nexus Q is fully supported in YouTube app. The update also lets you turn your phones into remotes, and use them to control and play YouTube videos on other devices.
Google has also updated Google Movies & TV which now includes tweaks to allow faster downloads apart from fixing playback failure on some LG devices and other bug fixes.
The updates are available on Google Play Store.