Android Operating Systems:
|Android Kit Kat||Android Jelly Bean||Ice Cream Sandwich||Android Gingerbread|
2nd December, 2013
The Android KitKat update is causing a larger number of issues on
20th November, 2013
HTC One owners can look forward to a sweet surprise at the end of
13th November, 2013
Google have begun rolling out Android KitKat for the Google Nexus 7
7th November, 2013
There are currently no plans to upgrade the Google Nexus to Android
4th November, 2013
Android KitKat has now launched but what news features and
21st October, 2013
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is being rolled out to the Samsung Galaxy S4.
30th September, 2013
What do we know so far about Android KitKat , the new version of
17th September, 2013
BlackBerry Messenger is coming to Android and iOS very soon.
4th September, 2013
Android and Nestle have joined forces to co-brand the next version of
31st July, 2013
Android 4.3 is here, and while it’s not a huge improvement to the
25th November, 2013
Owners of the Google Nexus 4 now have one less reason to be jealous
19th November, 2013
Samsung have had to pull the Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S3.
8th November, 2013
We take a look at which are the best Android tablets out there and
6th November, 2013
What are the best Android phones in the world? We countdown the best
24th October, 2013
HTC have delayed the launch of Android 4.3 for the HTC One in the UK.
10th October, 2013
The Sony Xperia Z1 is expected to be updated to Android KitKat on
18th September, 2013
Android KitKat looks set to add support for 64 bit processors. At
5th September, 2013
Both the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy S3 will get updated to
21st August, 2013
The HTC One will be getting updated to Android 4.3. Bluetooth Smart ,
30th July, 2013
Sony have announced which of its smartphones will get updated to
Google’s open-source operating system has been racking up version upgrades like it’s going out of fashion, to the extent that Android actually split into two streams – one for 3G phones and one for tablets. Thankfully, the newest version, 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, was built to work on both phones and tablets, with Google stating it plans to minimise upgrades in the future – meaning that your phone or tablet will stay current for longer.
At the moment, only the highest-end 3G phones run on Android Ice Cream Sandwich, with most smartphones running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. A few tablets, most notably from Asus and Samsung, have launched with Ice Cream Sandwich, with the majority of available tabs packing version 3.0 Honeycomb. Hit our phone and tablet reviews for more.