Android fans have hit the jackpot today. We saw our first leaked screenshots and a video of Android ICS earlier today, and now we have stumbled upon leaked versions of Google Music and Google+ for Android ICS, supposedly obtained directly from a Nexus Galaxy.
Google Music 4.0.1, a step up from the market’s current Google Music 3.0.1, features several new features such as refined tabs, a contextual dialog and new player controls. Google+ 2.0 is slightly different in that the former messaging service, also known as Huddle, has been renamed to Chords.
Both of these applications are available for download in .apk format. On another note, the launch of Android ICS has been postponed to the near future in respect to Steve Jobs’ passing away. We will keep you updated on the status of Android ICS.
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