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Path updates its app for Android and iOS devices to version 3.1

Path updates Android and iOS app to version 3.1, improves navigation and orientation views on iPad

| Apps News | Posted: Jul 11, 2013 8:03 am

If the new stickers for Facebook chat have annoyed you, then you're really going to begin to hate your Path account. Today, the company updated its mobile app for iOS and Android and has moved the cartoony stickers out of private messaging and now allows users to post them in the comments section of your feed.

 

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Additionally, Path now generates a QR code that will let you easily find and add new friends. Path has recognized that this addition of QR codes could possibly generate a flood of new contacts and has improved the friends list in the update as well.

 

The company says it has also taken the opportunity to update Path for iPad by improving navigation in both landscape and profile views so you never miss a moment or message. The landscape view now has a fully functional composer button and feed so you can share in the moments however you prefer.

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Engadget.com

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