Full Honeycomb SDK is now available

Google released a full software development kit (SDK) for Android 3.0 last week, termed as Honeycomb. Developers looking to create apps for the newest Honeycomb version of Android should be excited for the news.

The SDK offers several new features that developers can incorporate into their mobile apps with the goal of publishing them directly to Google's Android Market. This final version follows the interim one that Google rolled out last month. The SDK gives developers the tools and application programming interfaces, or APIs, needed to create apps for the platform.

"The APIs are final, and you can now develop apps targeting this new platform and publish them to Android Market," SDK Tech Lead Xavier Ducrohet announced in a post on the Android Developer blog.
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Motorola's Xoom is the first tablet to use Honeycomb, Even with version 2.2 of Android, which is scheduled to launch Friday, and a steady stream of apps that take advantage of its 10.1-inch touchscreen and Honeycomb's tablet-optimized features could help the device in its uphill fight to gain a foothold in the iPad-dominated category. Samsung's Galaxy Tab tablet has reportedly sold two million units.
Source: Brothersoft News

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