Difference Between Android 3.1 and 3.2 (Honeycomb) -

Android 3.2

It’s a special release for 7″ tablets. Most of the features remain same as in Android 3.1 and supports the latest Adobe Flash Player 10.3.

Android 3.1

Android 3.1 is the first major release to Honeycomb, this is an add-on to the Android 3.0 features and the UI. It enhances the capabilities of the OS for both users as well as the developers. With the update, the UI is refined to make it more intuitive and efficient. Navigation between the five home screens is made easy, a touch of the home button in system bar will take you to frequently used homes screen. The home screen widget can be customized to add more information. And the recent apps list is expanded to more number of applications. The update also supports more varieties of input devices and USB connected accessories.

In addition to these new features, some of the standard applications are improved in order to optimize the larger screen. The improved applications are Browser, Gallery, Calendar and Enterprise Support. The improved browser supports CSS 3D, animations and CSS fixed positioning, embedded playback of HTML5 video content and plugins that use hardware accelerated tendering. Web pages can now be saved locally for offline viewing with all styling and imaging. Page Zoom performance also improved, giving a better browsing experience.

Android 3.1 (Honeycomb)

API Level: 12

Release: 10 May 2011

New Features

1. Refined UI

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