By Jaime Rivera | October 18, 2011 11:24 PM
Google is being as aggressive as they can with their Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich launch. Not only do we have an OS and a Smartphone to look up to, but developers can begin working on porting their apps to Ice Cream Sandwich starting today.
Ice Cream Sandwich brings a true paradigm shift to what we currently know as Android. With the lack of hardware buttons, the enhancements brought to the table with 720p resolution on a screen, Android beam and so many other new changes, developers really have a lot of catching-up to do for next month’s release. On the positive side, Ice Cream Sandwich brings so many good things to the table that we know developers will do their best to embrace the massive hit we expect the platform to be.
So far the upgraded SDK is available for Windows PCs, Macs and Linux based computers and you may download it at developer.android.com.