Google Unveils Android 1.5
Google recently announced the newest iteration of the Android platform, dubbed Android 1.5. This new version of Android comes from the 'Cupcake' branch of code that developers have been working on and brings a lot of its features to Android. Some of these include new support for home screen widgets, software keyboards, live folders, and speech recognition. Google is also making an early version of the Android 1.5 SDK available to developers, which includes a new add-on for the Google APIs. The new system software is not yet ready for end users to install, and Google did not say when it would become available to the general public.
Google Publishes Android 5.0 Preview, Updates SDK
Google today made available several significant tools for developers ahead of the general release of Android 5.0 Lollipop. First, Google released updated developer images for the Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2013), ADT-1, and the Android emulator.
Google Gives Developers An Early Look at Android O
Google today announced the first preview of Android O, the unnamed next version of its core mobile operating system. This early version of Android O brings with it a handful of new features that clearly target developers and device makers more so than end users.
Android 'M' Is for Marshmallow, Final Preview Build Released
Google today officially named the next version of its mobile operating system Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The company had strongly implied that Marshmallow would be the final name in a teaser video released last week.
Android N Preview Adds Multi-Window to Core Platform
Google today released a very early developer preview of Android N. Google hopes giving early access to the base code will help developers provide feedback so Google can push Android N to phone makers by the summer months.
Not quite close to apple but this is endurance race not sprint, it will catch up
Good but not Great!!