Google released Android SDK 0.9

Google released Android SDK 0.9
The HTC Dream, the first phone to run on Google’s Android system, was approved by the FCC and now, Google released a new SDK with version 0.9. The new version of the mobile OS adds support for widgets and multi-homescreen, through which one must flick (similar to changing app pages on the iPhone), tab with shortcuts to apps, media player, camera. Also, there are lots of changes in the design of the interface, which we guess will look pretty similar in the final version.

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source: Google via EngadgetMobile






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