Google hopes to address fragmentation issue with Ice Cream Sandwich
Wednesday, 11th May 2011
It is difficult being an Android developer. There are too many versions and devices to deal with. But with Ice Cream Sandwich, we can expect Google to try to unify the disparate platform.
Here is what Zdnet reports:
Google said that it plans to unify Android operating systems - the �Gingerbread� version that now powers Android-based smartphones and the �Honeycomb� version now featured on tablets - into a single release code-named �Ice Cream Sandwich� that will be released sometime in the fourth calendar quarter of 2011.
�Our goal with Ice Cream Sandwich is to deliver one operating system that works everywhere, regardless of device,� writes Hugo Barra, Product Management Director, Android, in a new blog post, and that�s a worthy goal. And as evidenced by Apple�s experience, it can be done right.
Publication : Zdnet
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