SDK for Google Android Honeycomb 3.0 released for developers

Gadget Herald: Google has announced that it has released the SDK of the Android Honeycomb 3.0 operating system, and it is available in a full version for the developers. This is a whole new stage for the developers around the world, kept forward by Google, as they can create applications for the Honeycomb and publish it in the current Android market.

This was not the only good news from Google on Tuesday, the company said it will also release updates for SDK Tools (r10) and the ADT plugin for the Eclipse. Google is proud to have released the Honeycomb operating system, an OS which is developed specially for tablets and high end smartphone in the future.

The Honeycomb has been launched on the Motorola Xoom tablet PC recently, which is also considered as a direct competitor to the Apple iPad. Following the launch, developers can now start making their own applications for the Android OS and enhance the UI of a particular device.

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