February 23, 2011

Android 3.0 SDK Officially Released Ahead of Xoom Launch

 

In a statement posted Tuesday on the Android developer blog, Google announced the official release of the Android 3.0 SDK. Third-party developers can now publish Honeycomb-compatible applications for the upcoming Android tablets—including the Motorola Xoom, which is expected to debut this week.

Google released a preview of the 3.0 SDK last month, giving third-party developers an early look at the platform's new tablet user interface and an opportunity to get a head start on application development. The new APIs were still subject to change, however, so developers were blocked from publishing their Android 3.0 applications until the official SDK release.

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