Android SDK v3.2 released by Google
Today, Google released the v3.2 of Android’s SDK platform that would enable several new capabilities for users and developers.
The new version runs on a higher API level of 13.
This update would give developers a solid set of libraries to build new and better apps for Android.
If you are developer you can get started immediately by visiting the Android Developers blog and downloading the SDK kit, all the documentations are enlisted there as well.
Key Features of Android v3.2 SDK
Optimizations for Tablets – With so many Android tablets emerging in the market, it becomes important for the operating system to be compatible with each of them. Android v3.2 is compatible with a wide range of Tablets.
Compatibility Zoom for fixed size apps – If you are fed up by running your favorite apps in Smartphone like resolution then Android v3.2 would allow you to zoom those apps to optimal resolution thus giving you a complete full screen visual experience.
Media Sync from SD Card – Users can load media files directly from SD card to the apps that use them, any device that supports a removable SD card would be able to carry out this function.
Extending Screen Support via API – With Android v3.2 SDK, developers can have more precise control over their UI across the range of devices that use Android. With this features, Android would be able to run on various Android tablets with different screen resolution.
To get started you can download the latest version in your Android SDK Manager.
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