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Android application développement

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Android, an Open-Source Operating System is made by Google. This operating system has gone through some pretty incredible modifications since its debut on the T-Mobil G1.Without, doubt, no single consumer technology has evolved as rapidly as the Smartphone, and Android has been at the very heart of this evolution.

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Android application développement

  1. 1. Android, an Open-Source Operating System is made by Google. This operating system has gone through some pretty incredible modifications since its debut on the T-Mobil G1.Without, doubt, no single consumer technology has evolved as rapidly as the Smartphone, and Android has been at the very heart of this evolution.
  2. 2.  The era of Android, began on October, 22nd, 2008, when the T-Mobil launched in the United States. Many of its important key features that we can’t live without today, were missing – multi-touch capability, an on-screen keyboard and paid apps, for instance.
  3. 3.  However, these early phones clearly weren’t without flaws, but it was nearly universally admitted that Android nailed the notification system from day one. The secret was in the G1’s unique status bar, which could be dragged downward to reveal every notification with a single list, like text, voicemails, messages, alarms, and so on. This fundamental concept lives on even today in 4.0.
  4. 4.  Let us see the updates as and when they occurred:  V1.0 – This was the first commercial release of Android, at this time it wasn’t widely available, but had many novel features that were important and are still used today Like:  - The pull-down notification window  - Home screen widgets  - Gmail Integration  - The Android Market
  5. 5.  V1.1 – This had many bug fixes and was solely available for G1 T-Mobil. It also added a few features like Maps update.  V1.5 - Also known as “Cupcake” was released in April 2009, it added several hotly-anticipated features that were critical to keep the platform, competitive. It was likewise the first edition to use Google’s Sweet naming convention. Every update after the Cupcake has been identified after the confection in alphabetical order. The updates it got along were:  An on-screen Keyboard  Extensible Widgets  Clipboard Improvements  Video Capture Playback
  6. 6.  V1.6 – Also known as “Donut”, though was not as big update as Cupcake, but it was nevertheless a far bigger deal than its 0.1 increments would let on. It made another pass of minor visual refinements throughout the platform. Although the news was, it offered CDMA support, this version of Android was the initiative to support CDMA platform.
  7. 7. V2.0/2.1 – it was named Éclair and was launched in November 2009. It represented the most fundamental refresh that Android had seen since its debut, both visually as well as architecturally. These significantly improved nuts and bolts played a large part in the device’s retail success.
  8. 8.  To name a few:  Multiple Account Support  Google Maps Navigation  Quick Contacts  Soft Keyboard Improvements  Revamped Browser  Live Wallpapers  Speech to text  A new Lock-Screen
  9. 9.  V2.2 – named Frozen Yogurt (FROYO) was released May 2010 and amended with many characteristics. It was around the launch of 2.2, that Google started taking Android very seriously. The key features which were upgraded with the 2.2 launch, are:  Adobe Flash Support  Multiple Keyboard Languages  Portable Hotspots
  10. 10.  V2.3 – Gingerbread as it was called; it was comparatively a minor release – only there were enough small changes to make collectively a fair large improvement to the platform. Features upgrade were:  NFC support  Faster Text Input  Enhanced Copy and Paste
  11. 11.  V3.0 – Android 3.0 also known as Honeycomb previewed a fundamental redesign of the platform’s user interface. Let us see some of its features.  Improved Multi tasking  A new paradigm for app layout  New UI for Tablets
  12. 12.  V4.0 – IceCream Sandwich as we address it today. This update is known to be the biggest change for the Android Phones, without any doubt. Its Features:  More Home-screen Improvements  Android Beam  Face Unlock  Data Usage Analysis  New Calendar and Mail Apps
  13. 13.  V4.1 – Announced at Google’s I/O conference, Android 4.1 Jelly bean is undoubtedly much larger upgrade than its counterparts, does not present a readable impression of anything being changed but a deeper look reveals a host of tweaks and new features. Namely:  Performance Improvement  Streamlined UI  Google Now
  14. 14.  V4.4 – KitKat is faster, more efficient and less resource intensive. In addition to the visual overhaul, Google says that it will make amazing Android experience for everybody with Android KitKat.
  15. 15.  Lets’ see how it changed:  Google Now in the Home-Screen  New Dialer  Full Screen Apps  Unified Hangouts app  Redesigned Clock and Downloads app  Emoji  Productivity Enhancements  HDR+
  16. 16.  This is how Android looks through the ages. It evolved from just a few features to a SMART phone.
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