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Latest Advanced Warfare companion app bug fixes, optimizations

Activision has been very busy today, as they have not only released a new patch for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on the PS4 and Xbox One, but also released an update for the Advanced Warfare companion app.

The latest Advanced Warfare companion app update is not only for the Android and iOS versions, but also Windows Phone as well. Google Play allows you to now download version 1.0.608 for Android at a size of just 35MB, iTunes has version 1.91.932 and Microsoft has version 1.91.0.0 ready for you to download at a size of 68MB.

Advanced Warfare companion app update

All three versions come with the same updates, which are bug fixes, and optimizations. However, we do have an issue with the details, as Activision does not tell us any more than that. It is for this reason why we hope that Product-reviews readers download, install and test these so-called improvements and to share with us their findings.

A friend did contact us after updating the Android version of this companion app to say this update is not too bad, although some work is still needed, as there is still battery drain. This seems to be an ongoing issue for many users, one that Activision has yet to address – although it has to be tough considering this is an isolated issue for a minority of users.

Written by Peter Chubb

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