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The new software update brings more features to NVIDIA Shield Gaming Tablet

The Gaming Tablet NVIDIA is a sensation in the market and it has added more stars to its working by rolling out a new software update. This update aims at improving the current features of the tablet. It will also enable the users to check titles from libraries and purchase new titles according to their need.nvidia-shield-4g-lte

The My Media Apps section can also be customized by gamers with the help of new software update. It will also involve the customization of My Android Games section. With the help of the new updated version, the gamers will be able to share their news stories with others and have a better responsiveness through the touch screen gestures.

A swipe feature will be provided to the user and they can use it as per their requirement as it is an optional feature. The tablet will receive great stability upon receiving the new software update. The experts are of the view that NVIDIA is quite active in rolling out updates for its gaming tablets. The previous versions of the updates were unveiled by the officials of the company on 28 July and August earlier this year.

NVIDIA is on course of becoming one of the favored gaming tablets in the market as it is ready to give another surprise to its fans by launching the 32 GB LTE version of the tablet this Tuesday. It has spread a wave of eagerness among the fans as the new version has already received great praise from the critics and users so far.

SHIELD Tablet Software Upgrades 1.2. This update contains important enhancements and bug fixes, including:

  • Enhanced SHIELD Hub Features
  • Network Test capability
  • User Customizable ‘My Android Games’ and ‘My Media Apps’
  • Share ‘News’ items, swipe between articles
  • Improved Touch Performance
  • Misc. Stability and Localization Improvements

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