Even after years on the market and innumerable would-be competitors, GoPro remains the standard for "action cameras." A big part of that is the excellent smartphone integration that GoPro's devices have maintained, and today the official Android app gets a little better in a lot of small ways. The most obvious is the new user interface, which is visible on Android 4.0 and above. The all-black UI keeps its focus on minimalism and utility, but gets rid of some of the gradients of the former interface.
New above, old below.
There are also some more useful additions, most notably an automatic WiFi connection. GoPro cameras transmit their own disconnected WiFi network for the purpose of smartphone control and video downloads; now the app will automatically search for and connect to any GoPro camera networks in the immediate area when you launch it. The updated app will also let you share photos and videos directly from the app to Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
The last new feature is especially for Android users. Dip into the main Settings menu and you'll see an option to automatically set the GoPro Photo of the Day to your homescreen wallpaper. It will renew every day with a new picture. Depending on your homescreen layout and resolution, the crop may or may not be ideal, but you'll get some pretty cool photos anyway. This isn't a live wallpaper, the app will simply set a static image. Neat.