These days, no web service can afford to not be available as an Android application. After looking at its growing pace and number of users, Yahoo!, a bit late though, has announced the release of official Mail and Messenger apps and a Yahoo! search widget for Android phones.
The efforts of Google to slow down the Fragmentation seems to be working now. A recent report shows that Android 2.1 a.k.a. Eclair leads the market with more than 50% of share. An important point to note here is that this report presents data from the relative number of active devices over a period of two weeks. So, the version spectrum on the whole market share may differ but we can atleast be sure that the major version being actively used is Android 2.1.
We all are pretty aware about the awesomeness of Android 2.2, aka Froyo, but one of the powerful features which will be a boon for Application developers is the facilitation of reporting errors and bug reports using your Android. Yes, bye bye to blind debugging, now you contribute by helping developers through your feedback to improve your favourite application.
At the Google I/O Developer conference, the Internet Giant announced the release of Android 2.2, Froyo, the next major update. In any computing device, good speed is something which is always appreciated and Android 2.2 comes with some impressive speed and performance improvements along with a bunch of new features. It also introduces a few new APIs giving more power to application developers.
It seems the upcoming major release of Android, version 2.2 aka Froyo, is coming with a whole bunch of amazing new features. According to Techcrunch, this new release will provide you with the capability of sharing 3G connection on your Android phone with your laptop and you can even use your Android as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
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