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Google Releases Android 4.1 SDK 58

Posted by timothy
from the on-their-dentist's-advice dept.
hypnosec writes "Google has released the full SDK for its latest edition of Android, Jelly Bean, which was unveiled during Google I/O. Google has already released the source code of Jelly Bean earlier. Google announced through a blog post that developers can develop application against the API level 16 using the new Jelly Bean APIs. Developers would be able to develop apps that will run on Nexus 7 tablets. Jelly Bean is touted as one of the best from Google and it promises a smoother and more responsive UI across the system."
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Google Releases Android 4.1 SDK

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday July 19, 2012 @04:31PM (#40703693)

    This is confusing. The Jelly Bean SDK has been out for a while now (since around Google IO). The "blog" link is wrong (correct url: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2012/07/getting-your-app-ready-for-jelly-bean.html). My dev tools already had API 16 installed and the Google APIs are the only thing that saw any updates (rev 2).

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