Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd Feb 2011 22:44 UTC
Google "We are pleased to announce that the full SDK for Android 3.0 is now available to developers. The APIs are final, and you can now develop apps targeting this new platform and publish them to Android Market. The new API level is 11. For an overview of the new user and developer features, see the Android 3.0 Platform Highlights. Together with the new platform, we are releasing updates to our SDK Tools (r10) and ADT Plugin for Eclipse (10.0.0)."
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RE[3]: Wow, another version
by _txf_ on Wed 23rd Feb 2011 16:22 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Wow, another version"
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Well, developers can publish new apps to the Android Market that will run on 3.0. So let's take stock: there are now phones that run Android 2.1; some with 2.2; a very few with 2.3; Google has announced 2.4 to be a tablet-only OS, and 2.5, the phone version of 2.4. And now here we are with 3.0.


Google hasn't said what number the next version will be, only that it will be named "Ice Cream". Also they have said the next version (or the one after that) will unify the Tablet version with the phone version.

Why would they make 2.4 a tablet version if 3.0 is here already?

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