Path for Android has been updated to Version 2.1, which brings a bit of new functionality along with a tweaked user interface. The big change is that Path is now integrated the the Nike+ fitness system. The bad news is that Nike+ is really only compatible with iOS. (More on iOS' Path 2.1 update here.) So you can view Nike+ GPS running stories, but you won't be sharing them from Android until the app is rolled out later this year.
That's half the update, though. There's a new sharing screen (that's what you see above), a Music Match feature that can identify music in the background (like Shazam), new music activities, you can tap and hold to save photos, plus other performance enhancements and bugfixes (let's hope it got this one).
You'll need to update manually in the
Android Market Android apps update section of Google Play, as the apps permissions have changed. You'll also need to log into your Path account again after updating. We've got download links after the break if you need 'em.