Saturday, November 19, 2011

Android 4.0 ice cream sandwich Interface and Functional Analysis

Google has finally released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. For those who want to know how to interface and Functional Analysis of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich following interfaces and Functional Analysis :



The new interface is more cool and better than the previous Android version

Functional Analysis Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich):

- To Android 4.0, Google has developed a font “Roboto”
- Similar to magazine interface
- No hardware buttons: Back, Home and Menu keys into the software
- Made the Widget Tab, and Apps together.
- Now you can freely zoom Widget
- The icon will Apps Diego together, it will automatically make a folder
- In Recent Apps where you can directly use the swipe gesture to close the software
- Notification where you can swipe directly off of the do not want to see
- The new type of spell check
- Voice Input “Smiley face” smiling face will appear
- Face Unlock Unlock face recognition
- Browser where you can open up a tab 16
- Can force the server to the web version of required page table
- Sharing bookmarks and Chrome
- New design of Gmail allow you to see a preview of two lines
- Here there is a common Action Bar can do the work
- Enter the Email, it will automatically switch to adult name plus pictures of “Chips”
- Calendar where you can two-finger zoom, so crowded agenda more clearly
- Settings where there is a new feature “Data Usage”, allows you to track the use of data to see which App using up bandwidth, or set limits.
- ICS added a set of photo editing software, you can do some simple processing.
- The newly designed Galleries App.
- Combination of wide sweep-action film map
- 1080p video
- Continuous AF shooting, delay photography, photography Zoom
- People App where the information can be synchronized directly from the community updated on the website
- Voicemail can now speed up or slow down playback
- Android Beam is a new exchange of information with NFC software can exchange business cards, websites, maps, and even when running App allows direct access to another mobile phone that App’s Marketplace page. 

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