Android 2.0.1 bug fixes released

Google has announced the latest release to Android – 2.0.1. It may be just a minor update, but it makes the Motorola Droid all that more desirable. Wondering why? Read on and find out.

The update, which will be released to the Droid as an over-the-air update in the next few weeks includes “several bug fixes and behaviour changes, such as application resource selection based on API level and changes to the value of some Bluetooth-related constants”. All sounds good to us.

The Android 2.0.1 platform is also available as a downloadable component for the Android SDK. So, it’s an exciting day for Android developers too. Then again, if you’re an Android developer everyday must be a bit exciting, no?

The behavioural changes mentioned will be the most appealing for Droid users, though. They include an improved autofocus for the camera as well as better voice reception.

The Droid is already building itself quite the formidable reputation. If any evidence was needed that it has the iPhone set firmly in its sights then look no further than its current ad campaign in the States. Miaow.

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