Android 4.0.3 launched with upgraded SDK

Android 4.0.3 launched with upgraded SDK
Android 4.0.3 launched with upgraded SDK
An upgraded version of Ice Cream Sandwich with improved applications is released

A new updated version of the Android4.0 or the Ice Cream Sandwich is launched now. This updated version is called the Android 4.0.3. Along with the platform the SDK tools have also undergone changes for designing better software.

This platform has fixed or even optimized a variety of bugs, for the smooth operation of the mobiles and the tablets. Certain new API’s for the developers will also be available soon and the new API level is 15, as mentioned in the Androiddevelopers’ blog.

The updated version of the platform has also added some improvements in the calendar provider by which, the application can now add color to events. Also new kind of attendees and states has been made available, which would facilitate an easier tracking process.

There is good news for those who like to use their tabs in recording the videos as the Camera functions have been enhanced. Now the applications are able to oversee and mange video stabilization, as well as employ QVGA resolution profiles according to their need.

Even the access to the content of the screen readers has been improved and the revamped platform features new status with error reporting for text to speech engines. Other features in which you will find improvement are graphics, database, Spell-checking, Bluetooth and many others. With this new version now it is also made possible for applications that employ social stream data like providing status updates, and to even sync data with each of the user’s contacts.

This upgraded version of Android 4 surely simplifies the user experience in a lot of applications. According to the blog, Android 4.0.3 is scheduled to be available in the next phones and tablets to be shipped in the upcoming weeks.

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2011-12-20 (Update: 2012-05-26)