Google's own applications on the platform have also been tweaked to offer a number of usability and performance enhancements. For developers, applications will reportedly be easier to write and much more robust, with better debugging capability and virtual testing. You can see the full list of feature improvements here. No word on when all this will actually be available on existing Android smartphones, or if itís intended for future devices only, but the Open Handset Alliance says it will be releasing a series of articles in the coming weeks to highlight new APIs and help developers prepare their applications for the release of Android 1.5.
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