Android developers can now start creating Android 3.0-specific apps, thanks to the release of Honeycomb's final SDK.
The SDK means that Android developers can make use of Android 3.0's redesigned user interface and offer tablet-centric content.
The final platform includes updates to SDK Tools (r10) and ADT Plugin for Eclipse.
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A few of the tweaks, according to the Android Developer forum, are: a 'new palette' with categories and rendering previews, more accurate rendering of layouts, zoom improvements and layouts with gesture overlays.
Honeycomb will bring a new UI specifically for tablets, customisable home screens, redesigned keyboard, improves cut and paste and an update to standard apps – which essentially modifies them for the big(ger) screen.