Thursday, 19 November 2015

What is Android?

Android is a Mobile Operating System (currently) developed by Google. It was originally developed
by Android, .Inc., Google bought it in 2005. Android is second most commonly used Mobile OS in the United States, after iOS which is first most commonly used Mobile OS. Android is primarily designed for touchscreen mobile devices.Based on direct manipulation, Android's user interface, uses touch gestures that are copied from real-world actions, such as tapping, swiping and pinching, to manipulate on-screen objects, it also provides users with a virtual keyboard for text input.
Android is written in C, C++, and Java. It is available in 70 languages.

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