By Stephen Schenck | October 3, 2012 6:21 PM
Android users will be noticing updates for a trio of Google apps start arriving today, with the company releasing minor tweaks for Wallet and Music, along with a much more feature-rich update for Google Drive.
The problem is, we’re not sure exactly what’s new with Drive, as at least some of the features listed in the change log sound a lot like what Google mentioned was coming to the app’s update back in early September. Nevertheless, Drive gets some folder management tools, as well as the ability to filter folders by the type of content they contain. You’ll be able to auto-sync pinned docs, as well as print files using Google Print. A number of changes are noted for the Documents Editor, including comment support, font management, and pinch-to-zoom.
Google Play Music’s update only consists of minor fixes, and it doesn’t look like Google’s updated the Wallet change log at all. Still, it’s probably a good idea to stay on top of all these guys, so pop into the Google Play Store to get your latest updates installed.