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Android 4.0 ice cream sandwich Interface and Functional Analysis

Google has finally released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream SandwichFor those who want to know how to interface and Functional Analysis of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwichfollowing interfaces and Functional Analysis :



The new interface is more cool and better than the previous Android version

Functional Analysis Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich):

- To Android 4.0, Google has developed a font “Roboto”
- Similar to magazine interface
- No hardware buttons: Back, Home and Menu keys into the software
- Made the Widget Tab, and Apps together.
- Now you can freely zoom Widget
- The icon will Apps Diego together, it will automatically make a folder
- In Recent Apps where you can directly use the swipe gesture to close the software
- Notification where you can swipe directly off of the do not want to see
- The new type of spell check
- Voice Input “Smiley face” smiling face will appear
- Face Unlock Unlock face recognition
- Browser where you can open up a tab 16
- Can force the server to the web version of required page table
- Sharing bookmarks and Chrome
- New design of Gmail allow you to see a preview of two lines
- Here there is a common Action Bar can do the work
- Enter the Email, it will automatically switch to adult name plus pictures of “Chips”
- Calendar where you can two-finger zoom, so crowded agenda more clearly
- Settings where there is a new feature “Data Usage”, allows you to track the use of data to see which App using up bandwidth, or set limits.
- ICS added a set of photo editing software, you can do some simple processing.
- The newly designed Galleries App.
- Combination of wide sweep-action film map
- 1080p video
- Continuous AF shooting, delay photography, photography Zoom
- People App where the information can be synchronized directly from the community updated on the website
- Voicemail can now speed up or slow down playback
- Android Beam is a new exchange of information with NFC software can exchange business cards, websites, maps, and even when running App allows direct access to another mobile phone that App’s Marketplace page. 

Android version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)


Ice Cream Sandwich Android is designed to either phone or tablet.

Android ICS offers a much improved from what already exists in Gingerbread andHoneycomb with at the same time providing new innovations.

Some of the upgrades include the ability of a better copy and paste, data logging andwarnings, and the ability to mengambilscreenshot by pressing the power and volumesimultaneously. Besides the keyboard and the dictionary also received improvements.




New innovations in the use of ICS include fony "Roboto."
in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich System Action Bar and Bar, the Android 4.0 IceCream Sandwich voice control that allows us to dictate what we want to type text. In addition Unlock Face is one thing that stands out in this new version of Android. There is also NFC-based Android app called Bump, which allows us to exchange information /data simply by touching our gadgets.

Android Version 3.0 (Honeycomb)


Android 3.0 Honeycomb is the current version is specifically optimized for a gadgetwith a screen width, in particularand the tabletsIn this version introduced a new UI designvirtual and holographic but also elegant with the interaction model focuses on content.

In this version of Google makes multitaskingnotificationsHome screen customization,widgetsand others have also become more interactivevibrantand provide a 3D experience but still familiar and also better than ever


The changes made ​​in this version include the System Bar (on the global status andnotifications), the Action Bar (on the application control)customizable Home screens,recent Apps (for multitasking easier)keyboard (in the redesign so that typing can be more quickly and accurately), text selection (copy and paste better), the new connectivityoptionsbrowser, camera and gallery, contacts, and email.



Overall it was intended to allow more leverage in the tablet. and indeed this version untilversion 4.0 was officially announced only circulated and used in tablets

Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread)



On December 6, 2010the Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread) was launched. Generalchanges obtained from the Android version include increased ability of the game(gaming), improved copy paste functionthe display interface (User Interfaceredesigned,support for video formats VP8 and WebMnew audio effects (reverb, equalization,headphone virtualizationand bass boost), support the ability of Near Field Communication (NFC), and support the number of cameras is more than one.


Android version 2.2 (Froyo: Frozen Yoghurt)



On May 20, 2010, the Android version 2.2 (Froyo) was launched. The changes are generally against the previous versions include support for Adobe Flash 10.1, speed and performance of applications 2 to 5 times faster, integration V8 JavaScript engine used byGoogle Chrome that speeds rendering capability in the browser, the installation of applications in the SD Card, WiFi capabilities portable hotspot, and the ability to auto update in the Android Market application.


Android version 2.0/2.1 (Eclair)

On December 3, 2009 re-launched Android phone with version 2.0/2.1 (Eclair)changes were made to the hardware optimization, improved Google Maps 3.1.2change the UIwith a new browser and support for HTML5the new list of contacts, support flash for the camera 3 , 2 MPdigital zoomand Bluetooth 2.1.

To move quickly in the competitive next-generation devicesGoogle held a competitionto invest with the best mobile applications (killer apps - applications seeding)This competition with prizes $ 25,000 for each selected application developersThe competition was held during the two stages of each step of the selected 50 best applications.

Android OS version 1.6 (Donut)





Android Donut (version 1.6) was released in September by displaying the search process better than beforethe use of a battery indicator and control applet VPNAnother feature is the gallery that allows users to select photos to be removed; cameras,camcorders and interface the galleryCDMA / EVDO802.1xVPNGesturesand Text-to-speech engine; ability to dial a contacttechnological change text to speech (notavailable on all phonesprocurement VWGA resolution.

Android OS version 1.5 (Cupcake)

In mid-May 2009, Google released a mobile phone using Android and the SDK (SoftwareDevelopment Kitwith version 1.5 (Cupcake). There are several updates including the addition of several features in this mobile version: the ability to record and watch videoswith the camera modeupload to Youtube videos and pictures to Picasa directly from the phoneA2DP Bluetooth support, the ability to automatically connect to a Bluetoothheadsetanimated scenes, and on-screen keyboard that can be tailored to the system.

Android OS Version 1.1






On March 9, 2009Google released the Android version 1.1Android version is equipped with an aesthetic update to the application, alarm clock, voice search (voicesearch), sending messages with Gmailand email notifications.

There are a few API's changes available for development including:
  • Adds annotations for test systems, no actual (non-test) API changes.
  • Adds a method to allow a process to easily determine its UID.
  • Adds support for marquee in layouts.
  • Adds new methods for determining padding in views. Useful if you are writing your own subclasses of View.
  • Adds new permissions that allow an application to broadcast an SMS or WAP Push message.
  • API cleanup: removes protected constructor from SDK-bound system images.

Android Operating System



At the inaugural release of Android5 November 2007with the Open Handset AllianceAndroid states support the development of open standards on mobile devicesOn the other hand, Google released the Android code under the Apache licensea license is open standard software and mobile devices.

In this world there are two types of distributors operating system Android. The first fully supported by Google or Google Mail Services (GMS) and the second is a completely free distribution without the direct support Google's otherwise known as the OpenHandset Distribution (OHD).

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