One of the things that I loved the most this morning was hearing that they are going to moving forward on updating the Android runtime to the long awaited JellyBean 4.2.2. This is a huge step in the right direction, as I am a huge advocate of sideloaded apps.
The goal is to support all current features and APIs available on the Android runtime today and evaluate new features and APIs for inclusion, such as fragments, embedded fragments and the animation framework.
If this update does what it is supposed to do, a lot more apps should work instead of force closing. It can help close the gap on applications as well as development hurdles from smaller companies. You can head over to the Developer site for more info.
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