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  • Android version 1.0 (API level – 1): It was released in September, 2008.The key feature of this version are Web browser, camera support, Gmail, Google contacts, Google Calendar, Google maps, Google Talk, Text messaging, MMS, Media Player, YouTube media player etc.
  • Android version 1.1 Petit Four (API level – 2): Petit Four was released in February 9, 2009. The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Display details and reviews when user searches on map.
    • Increase time of in call screen timeout when user is using the speakerphone and provide the ability to show or hide the dial-pad.
    • Facility to save the attachments in the messages.
    • Provide the support for marquee in phone or system layout.
    • Support for virtual keyboard.
  • Android version 1.5 Cupcake (API level – 3): It was released in April 27, 2009. The key features of this versions are as follows
    • Support for widgets such as home screen.
    • Playback and video recording in 3GP and Mpeg-4 formats.
    • Copy and paste facilities in browser.
    • User can use the entire icon for favorite contacts.
    • Facility to upload videos to YouTube
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    • Provide auto rotate screen facility.
    • Auto paring for blue tooth.
  • Android version 1.6 Donut (API level – 4): It was released in September 15, 2009. The key features of this versions are as follows:
    • Voice search facility, text entry search and improved to include contacts and bookmarks and web.
    • Improve the gallery, camera and camcorder more integration with fast camera access.
    • User can select multiple pictures for deletion.
  • Android version 2.0 Éclair (API level – 5): It was released in October 26, 2009. The key features of this version are as follows:
    • It allows users to add more than one account to a device for synchronization of contacts and emails.
    • Bluetooth version 2.1 support.
    • Provide ability to search MMS and SMS.
    • Enhance the camera features such as flash support, digital zoom, scene mode, white balance, color effects, macro focus.
    • Improved virtual keyboard with better speed with suggestions.
    • Enhance the browser capabilities like refreshed browser user interface with bookmarks thumbnails, double tap zoom feature and support for HTML5 and CSS.
    • Improved Google Maps 3.1.2.
  • Android version 2.0.1 Éclair (API level – 6): It was released in December 3, 2009. The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Bugs are fixed.
    • Changes some framework behavioral changes.
  • Android version 2.1.7 Éclair (API level – 7): It was released in January 12, 2010. The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Enhancement to the API.
    • Bugs are fixed.
  • Android version 2.2 Froyo (API level – 8): It was released in May 20, 2010.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Provide optimization for speed, memory and performance.
    • Integrate the Chrome’s V8 JS engine into browser application.
    • Provide the support for cloud to device messaging services and enables push notifications.
    • Wi-Fi hotspot facility.
    • Provide the support for password such as numerical or alphanumeric password.
    • Support for Adobe Flash.
  • Android version 2.2.1 Froyo (API level – 8): It was released in January 18, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Bugs are fixed.
    • Improve security updates.
    • Performance enhancement.
  • Android version 2.2.2 Froyo (API level – 8): It was released in January 22, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Minor bugs are fixed that are related to SMS routing issues that affect the Nexus One.
  • Android version 2.2.3 Froyo (API level – 8): It was released in November 21, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improvement in security updates.
  • Android version 2.3 Gingerbread (API level – 9): It was released in December 6, 2010.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Update UI with simplicity and speed.
    • Facility to support for extra large screen and resolutions.
    • Improved Copy and paste functionalities.
    • Support for Near Field Communication (NFC).
    • Enhance download manager.
    • Support for front facing camera.
    • Improve the support for native code development.
    • Improvement in audio, graphical and input for game developers.
    • Native support for sensors such as barometers.
  • Android version 2.3.1 Gingerbread (API level – 9): It was released in December 10, 2010.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Enhancements and bugs are fixed for Nexus S.
  • Android version 2.3.2 Gingerbread (API level – 9): It was released in January, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Enhancements and bugs are fixed for Nexus S.
  • Android version 2.3.3 Gingerbread (API level – 10): It was released in February 9, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Some enhancements and API fix.
  • Android version 2.3.4 Gingerbread (API level – 10): It was released in April 28, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Provide voice or video chat using Google Talk.
  • Android version 2.3.5 Gingerbread (API level – 10): It was released in July 27, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Enhanced Gmail application.
    • Added shadow animations.
    • Improved camera app.
    • Improved battery efficiency.
  • Android version 2.3.6 Gingerbread (API level – 10): It was released in September 2, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Bugs are fixed related to voice search.
  • Android version 2.3.7 Gingerbread (API level – 10): It was released in September 21, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Support Google Wallet for Nexus S 4G.
  • Android version 3.0 Honeycomb(API level – 11): It was released in February 22, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Added system bar.
    • Featuring for quick access to notifications.
    • Improved multitasking feature to switch one app to another.
    • New designed keyboard with fast speed of typing and accurate and efficient large screen size.
    • Support for multi-processor.
    • Encryption for user data.
  • Android version 3.1 Honeycomb(API level – 12): It was released in May 10, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improved UI.
    • Expended recently used application list.
    • Resizable home screen widgets.
    • Provide the support for external keyboard and pointing device.
    • Provide support for joystick and games-pad.
  • Android version 3.2 Honeycomb(API level – 13): It was released in July 15, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improved hardware support for tablets.
    • Improves the ability to access the files on the SD card.
  • Android version 3.2.1 Honeycomb(API level – 13): It was released in September 20, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improvement in security, stability and Wi-Fi.
    • Provide automatic updates.
    • Better support of adobe flash in browser.
  • Android version 3.2.2 Honeycomb(API level – 13): It was released in August 30, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Bugs are fixed and some improvement for Motorola Xoom 4G.
  • Android version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich(API level – 14): It was released in October 18, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Introduced Holo interface with new Roboto font family.
    • Easy to create folders using drag-drop style.
    • Integrated screenshot capture.
    • Enhanced copy & paste functionalities.
    • Provide built-in photo editor.
    • Provide new galley layout.
    • Wi-Fi direct support.
  • Android version 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich(API level – 14): It was released in November 28, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Bugs are fixed for Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
  • Android version 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich(API level – 15): It was released in December 16, 2011.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Enhancements to graphics, databases and Bluetooth functionality.
    • Improved Calendar.
  • Android version 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich(API level – 15): It was released in March 29, 2012.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Better Camera performances.
    • Better screen rotation.
    • Enhanced contacts recognition.
  • Android version 4.1 Jelly Bean(API level – 16): It was released in July 9, 2012.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Support for more languages.
    • User can install keyboard maps.
    • Automatically new icons and shortcut is arranged at home screen when user install.
    • Improved camera app.
  • Android version 4.1.1 Jelly Bean(API level – 16): It was released in July 11, 2012.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Bugs are fixed for Nexus 7 related to screen orientation.
  • Android version 4.1.2 Jelly Bean(API level – 16): It was released in October 9, 2012.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improvement in performance and bugs are fixed.
    • Introduce one-finger gestures to expands or collapse the notifications.
  • Android version 4.2 Jelly Bean(API level – 17): It was released in November 13, 2012.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improvement in lock screen.
    • Group Messaging.
    • Premium SMS Confirmation.
    • SELinux.
  • Android version 4.3 Jelly Bean(API level – 18): It was released in July 24, 2013.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Support for Bluetooth that consume low energy.
    • OpenGL ES 3.0 support to allow improved graphics games.
    • Introduce auto dial pad complete in phones.
    • Enhancements in photo sphere.
    • 4K resolution support.
    • Added support for 4 more languages.
    • Emoji support.
  • Android version 4.4 Kitkat(API level – 19): It was released in October 19, 2013.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Provide facility of wireless printing capability.
    • Support new frameworks for UI transitions.
    • Expended capability for notification listener.
    • Support public API for developing and managing SMS clients.
    • Provide optimization for performance on device on lower specification.
    • Support restriction for applications when accessing external storage.
    • Support verified boot.
  • Android version 4.4.1 Kitkat(API level – 19): It was released in December 5, 2013.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improvement in Nexus 5 camera such as auto focus, white balance, and HDR+.
    • Provide better application compatibility.
    • Camera application can able to load photos from Google+.
    • Some bugs are fixed.
  • Android version 4.4.2 Kitkat(API level – 19): It was released in December 9, 2013.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Improvement in security features.
    • Bugs are fixed.
  • Android version 4.4.3 Kitkat(API level – 19): It was released in June 2, 2014.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Enhanced dialer-app interface.
    • Updated browser version to version 33.
    • Some improvements and bugs are fixed.
  • Android version 4.4W Kitkat(API level – 20): It was released in June 25, 2014.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Wearable extensions added.
  • Android version 5.0 Lollipop(API level – 21): It was released in November 12, 2014.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Provide support for 64-bit CPUs.
    • Provide support for print previews.
    • Redesigned Roboto font family.
    • Enhanced battery life.
    • Recently used apps are remembered after rebooting the device.
    • Notifications from Google play for updating app for security purpose.
    • Added 15 new languages such as Nepali, Tamil, Telugu etc.
    • Flashlight is added with cameras to take clear pictures in less light.
    • Include smart lock feature.
    • Enhanced Emoji feature.
  • Android version 5.0.1 Lollipop(API level – 21): It was released in December 2, 2014.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Solve some bugs related to video playback and password failure.
  • Android version 5.0.2 Lollipop(API level – 21): It was released in December 21, 2014.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Fix the bugs related to battery charging and alarm settings.
  • Android version 5.1 Lollipop(API level – 22): It was released in March 9, 2015.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Provides the ability to join Wi-Fi networks.
    • Support for multi SIM cards.
    • Provide high definition voice calls.
  • Android version 5.1.1Lollipop(API level – 22): It was released in April 21, 2015.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Various bugs are fixed.
    • Provide native Wi-Fi calling support.
  • Android version 6.0 Marshmallow(API level – 23): It was released in October 5, 2015.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Provide contextual search from keyboards within apps.
    • Introduced Doze mode to reduce CPU speed when screen is off in order to save the battery life means increase battery life.
    • Added app standby feature.
    • Allow native fingerprint support.
    • Add USB Type-C port.
    • Provide 4K display mode for apps.
    • Provide MIDI support for musical instruments.
    • Provide multi-window feature.
  • Android version 6.0.1 Marshmallow(API level – 23): It was released in December 7, 2015.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Provide Unicode 7.0 and 8.0 emoji support.
    • Allow description for USB connection options.
    • Provide double tap power button to use the camera or open the camera.
  • Android version 7.0 Nougat(API level – 24): It was released in December 7, 2015.The key features of this version are as follows:
    • Add Unicode 9.0 emoji & skin tone support.
    • Facility to display color calibration.
    • Add the clear all button in overview screen.
    • Provide Daydream virtual reality platform.
    • Improved battery life by enhancing the Doze functionality.
    • Provide more quick setting options.
    • Provide multi-window support.
    • Provide new data saver mode that is used to force apps to reduce bandwidth usage.
    • Improvement in JIT compiler that provide 75% faster app installation.
    • Picture in picture support for android TV.
    • Replaced notification cards with notification sheets.


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