Google is rolling out updates for three of its Android apps today, Wallet, Google+, and Authenticator. Google+ update is listed as “Several stability improvements and bug fixes” and similarly Authenticater’s update is described as “Security bug fixes,” so these are just minor updates bringing the regular security, stability, and bug fixes while Google Wallet is the one getting a major update.

The update to Google Wallet brings ability to handle PO Boxes for Prepaid Card top up, increased allowable address length for Prepaid Card top up, fixes to rewards card syncing, improvements for supporting more handsets which is great but there are no details on which handsets and the update bring core Wallet system fixes which might be the fixes for the security issues that popped up in the last couple months.

So if you use any of these apps, you can go the Market and update it or else we have given the links to updates to the three in the Source below.

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