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OUYA: Größeres System-Update „Ogopogo“ unterwegs



Die Android-Spielkonsole OUYA wird demnächst auch offiziell in Deutschland verkauft, bis dahin wird es ein neues System-Update geben, welches die Leistung verbessert und ein paar Neuerungen mitbringt. Mit dabei, leider aber zunächst nur für Beta-Tester, ist die Möglichkeit den internen Datenspeicher mit externen Datenträgern zu erweitern. Des Weiteren können Entwickler zu ihren Games nun endlich Videos im Store hinterlegen und der Download von Spielen geht über einen Schnellzugriff in Zukunft auch ohne die Detailseite einer App erst öffnen zu müssen.

Ansonsten gibt es noch diverse Bugfixes, kleinere Änderungen an der Nutzeroberfläche und eine verbesserte Performance.

Full Release notes (10/08/2013):

  • External Storage will enter Closed Beta next week! Interested in participating? Apply here
  • Added the ability to display video (for game trailers and footage) in the game details page. Developers can now upload videos to Vimeo and submit a link to show that video on their game’s page. If a video exists, it will display in the first screenshot slot.
  • Added the ability to download a game without entering its game details page.  Just press the U button while highlighting a game’s tile to download.
  • Fixed HDMI wakeup issue. If your TV was mysteriously waking up your OUYA, it should no longer do that after this update.
  • Added “forgot password” option to the existing user sign-in screen. Now you’ll actually know where to go, if you can’t remember your password.
  • We’ve changed “Download” to “Free Download” to make it clear that everything is free to try.  Not everyone knew that they wouldn’t be charged for a download, so now it’s crystal clear. It’s free to try ALL THE THINGS.
  • Enlarging a screenshot (or video) now goes full screen (instead of just bigger).
  • We now highlight the search substring when doing a search so it’s much more clear why you are getting each result. We’ve also moved game titles that start with your search to the top of the list. It’s way better.
  • Improved performance (speed and smoothness) in PLAY with lots of installed games.
  • Added a pop up message upon starting the console to remind users how to connect a controller.
  • Changed sorting of buried and installed tiles in DISCOVER. It used to be Uninstalled, followed by Installed and Buried (mixed together). Now it’s Uninstalled, followed by Installed, followed by Buried.
  • Devs: When uploading apks, it’s now more clear that you can use your previously published apk if you just want to edit text or screenshots…. or VIDEO =)
  • Devs: you can now hide or change the mouse cursor in your games and apps.  For more info see the ODK Controllers document.
  • Added Terms of Service to the console. Yup, it’s annoying to click through, but it makes the legal types happier. Think of the lawyers.
  • In case you missed it, multiple currency support is now turned on! If you want to switch your wallet currency, there’s more info here:
  • A bunch of other small bug fixes and optimizations.

(via Android Police, OUYA)

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