On top of doing a complete update for their Android operating system, Google has also deemed us worthy of a couple of updates for some applications, including their YouTube app, Google Chrome for Android, Google Maps, and Google+.
YouTube adds precaching for your favorite videos that you know you might want to watch later, which allows for less buffering issues, remote functionality for controlling playback on select devices, and a new, totally overhauled UI to better match their website.
Google Chrome finally comes out of beta with a slightly refreshed UI, stability improvements, and bug fixes. An interesting note here is that Google Chrome comes installed as the default browser in the Nexus 7 tablet, which was also announced today.
Google Maps and Google+ also got their fair share of updates, including the previously announced 3D maps on Google Maps and a new tablet UI for Google+.
All of these updates are available now for Android devices, and most require Android 4.0 at the least.
Source: Google Play