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Google has become one big name in the world of the internet for years. This has happened mainly thanks to the reliability of Google search engine which is mostly used worldwide. As a matter of fact, most internet users find content or information on the internet by entering relevant keywords into
Google search engine. However, Google has also expanded its business to other aspects, one of which is mobile phone technology.
Within more or less the last 21 months, Google has been innovating in developing what they call Android which is really an operating system designed for mobile phones. There has been Android 2.0, 2.1 and finally today there is the Android 2.2 – or more commonly known as Android Froyo. Wait, you
really think Google is making frozen yogurt like the ones you have at restaurants out there? Come on, give me a break!
But if you do use a mobile phone that comes with Google Android operating system, you should know further about this Android Froyo. Among all versions of Android operating system Google has developed so far, Android Froyo can be considered as the most complete and practical version. However,
though, it is not really as complete as expected by most Android mobile phone users. There are still chances for patches here and there. But first, let’s look at the improvements offered by this Google’s Froyo.
To get things started, the first aspect of improvement is the speed. If you have been Android users for the past months, you should have known by now that Android has a persistent problem of lagging. Fortunately, that is now fixed. As a matter of fact, Android Froyo is able to boost overall
performance by 2 to 5 times as much as previous versions of Android.
If you wonder how this is possible, here is how it works. One of the major improvements in Android is the just-in-time compiler. This compiler is developed for Dalvik. This is what makes things really fast in Google’s frozen yogurt operating system. Related to the faster performance, Google claims
that the battery life is getting a bit better in its Froyo. But don’t expect too much!
The next improvement in this Froyo by Google is its browser’s support for Adobe Flash technology. If you want to have this on your Android phone, it is optionally downloadable from the Android Market. One good thing – it seems – about the Flash support is that it can be activated when the user
wants to do so. This way, the user will not have to wait for Flash scripts to load each time they are about to view web pages. However, there is also one drawback regarding the Flash technology for Android. It is not quite in final release yet. With that being said, Froyo user will not be able to
experience what they can usually obtain from their desktop PCs such as H.264 video acceleration.
Now, what about Android Froyo interface? Well, it is still pretty complicated for some. But, one advantage for sure is that, today, the user has the option to protect it with a password. Another change is the interface that is shared by messaging applications and Google Talk. In Google’s Android
Froyo, these applications share black texts on some kind of purple background. Alright, that’s it with the interface. What about other functionalities offered by this particular version of Android?
Speaking of functionalities, Android now enables its user to switch easily from one account to another by simply tapping the name of the account to switch to. The account names themselves are pretty accessible, waiting exactly at the top right hand corner.
Still speaking of functionalities, there are great improvements when it comes to camera applications. There is no more slider that fails every now and then – just like in Google’s previous versions of Android. Instead, camera-related functions can now be found upfront.
One thing that we seem to miss in terms of functionalities is the Froyo’s connectivity. Well, Froyo can be connected to a PC as means of USB storage. Yet, other connectivity innovation is that the user can now share 3G over their Wi-Fi connection. Unfortunately, only WPA2 security is available.
Yet, one more thing important with regards to connectivity is of course social networking. Therefore, Google has built Facebook as well as Twitter into its Android frozen yogurt mobile operating system.
Yet, one last thing about functionalities is that the user is now offered with pinch-to-peek capability. This way, the user will not have to open every single program or gallery just to know what is running. This is similar to what Windows 7 offers and yes, this is pretty practical, at least to
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