Oct 7, 2018

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History of android

NameVersion Release DateAPI
1.023 September 20081
Petit Four1.109 February 2009 2
Cupcake1.527 April 2009 3
Donut1.615 September 20094
Eclair2.0 – 2.126 October 2009 5 – 7
Froyo2.2 – 2.2.320 May 20108
Gingerbread2.3 – 2.3.706 December 2010 9 – 10
Honeycomb 3.0 – 3.2.622 February 2011 11 – 13
Ice Cream Sandwich4.0 – 4.0.418 October 201114 – 15
Jelly Bean4.1 – 4.3.109 July 201216 – 18
kitkat4.4 – 4.4.431 October 201319 – 20
Lollipop5.0 – 5.1.112 November 201421 – 22
Marshmallow 6.0 – 6.0.105 October 201523
Nougat7.0 – 7.1.222 August 201624 – 25

latest version of android


Release Date

Oreo8.0 – 8.121 August 201726 – 27
Pie 9.0 06 August 201828

Android 9.0 Pie

Android 9.0 Pie does bring with it some design changes although it’s not a night and day difference coming from Android 8 Oreo if you swipe down from the top you’ll notice this does look quite different from before we’ve got a white background blue icons that are enabled gray ones that aren’t all the icons are round and also color-coded to make it a little bit easier to navigate. 

Android 9.0 Pie | New Version Features Almost Perfect

Power button you can now take a Screenshot that way before you’d have to press the power and the volume down and you can also now edit that screenshot in a new screenshot editing tool just tap Edit when you screenshot and then you can mark up you can adjust it save it share it all those cool things so that’s just been a quick tour of the new features in Android pay Android Pie.

Android Oreo

The visual changes starting off with the notification dots basically these lets you know. when you have a notification waiting to be read from that application. which of course can be easily read by long-pressing on the app
itself notification dots will also be color-coded based on the application
colors which. I think is a nice touch and something else that’s color-coded is
media controls in the notification shade so for example when I play something on Spotify. the notification will display painted in a color based off the album cover or whatever. I’m listening to I actually really like this in a tell Oreo we do have the new emoji facelift some people like these and some people don’t I’m sort of in the middle with these yeah

Android Oreo

I do kind of miss the blobs and I know a lot of you guys out there do as well these are quite cartoonish but I guess they could be worse right I don’t know what do you guys think you can’t forget the new Easter Egg and I’m not too sure how I feel about this seeing as how it’s an octopus and there seems to be no trace of anything that has to do with an Oreo it’s pretty interesting jumping back to the home screen when you long press on an application you’ll find additional ab shortcuts including apps specific widgets and application info.

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