Hands-On With Google's Android 3.1 Update
Posted on: 05/21/2011 09:29 AM

Image rendering gets fixed, and widgets can be resized. But there's still room for improvement.

Hands-On With Google's Android 3.1 Update


From PCWorld:
Google's long-awaited Android 3.1 update is slowly rolling out over-the-air to the Motorola Xoom, the first of the Honeycomb-based tablets to get the update. The non-3G Xoom on my desk finally got its update, and I got a chance to finally get some up-close time with the OS.

The update is a feast for the eyes, literally, since it corrects one major issue--the image rendering snafu in the Gallery app--and provides the flexibility of resizable widgets. However, in spite of the many niceties integrated into the front face of Android 3.1, I'd consider this update just a baby step towards fixing a wider swath of rough spots in Android Honeycomb.



Printed from Linux Compatible (http://www.linuxcompatible.org/news/story/hands_on_with_googles_android_3_1_update.html)