The Nexus Q has been one of the most elusive items of the year so far, but that doesn’t stop Google from supporting it. They’ve updated their Nexus Q app to allow users from Android 2.3.3 onward to use its features. It also brings enhancements for the social mix feature. For YouTube, Nexus Q owners can enjoy using the app in conjunction with the accessory. It’s available for those running 2.3.3 and higher so there shouldn’t be many left out. Find the links to the updates at the source link ahead. [Nexus Q app, YouTube]
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