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It’s been over two months since Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) launched and the adoption rate is nothing short of pitiful. It’s sort of a disaster.
Amazon rolled out its newest software update for the Kindle Fire — version 6.2 — this evening. Initial reports indicate that it both de-roots your jailbroken device and removes access to the Android Market. But don’t worry — the borking is reversible.
Google’s rolling out an all-new, easy-to-browse Android Market over the next few weeks, but if you’re impatient you can grab it for your phone right now.
Google just launched a new Android Market for Android 2.2+ users and added book and movie downloads to the Market. What’s bigger news to me though, is that sticking true to Google’s recent trend, Android Market looks a lot better.
Google’s seen an impressive jump in downloads from its Android Market app store, with their mobile advertising sales director for Europe Ian Carrington revealing it was just a year ago that it was only one billion downloads, “and that first billion took two years to happen… the last billion took 60 days.” [The Guardian]