Google yesterday made official the next incremental iteration Android Honeycomb, Android 3.2. The update optimizes the platform for larger screen sizes, among other adjustments.
According to Google’s official Android Developers blog, Android 3.2 includes optimizations for a wider range of tablets, including compatibility zoom for fixed-sized apps, which gives users a new way to view these apps on larger devices. The mode provides a pixel-scaled alternative to the standard UI stretching for apps that are not designed to run on larger screen sizes.
Additionally, Android 3.2 includes media sync from the SD card, which allows users to load media files directly from the SD card to apps that use them.
Developers can visit the Android Developers site for more information about Android 3.2. Motorola already has begun rolling out the update to its Honeycomb-based Xoom tablet.