Android 2.1 SDK released for developers

Android 2.1 SDK released for developers
Yesterday Google released the SDK component for Android’s latest version, 2.1, currently available only on the HTC Nexus One. While version 2.1 isn’t a real milestone for Android’s development, it still brings some API changes and bug fixes. In addition, we know it enables cool features like speech-to-text in every field, as well as live wallpapers.

Developers can head this way if they want to get the latest Android SDK.

Users should keep in mind that other phones that are scheduled to get an update to Android 2.1 include the Motorola CLIQ and Motorola BACKFLIP (not launched yet). Other handsets that are said to become part of the latest Google experience are the Motorola DROID and its European twin, the MILESTONE.

source: AndroidDevelopers


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