Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich voted best user experience by Parsons
There’s no denying it: Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich”, has been a major improvement to the Android name. The new sleek design, the intuitive interface… it all comes together beautifully for the end-user. The platform itself has grown from its infancy, where the experience tended to be laggy, and many apps had issues working across devices. With ICS, we’re seeing Google’s best efforts put forward, and are glad to see what it’s done for our devices.
Now, the ICS platform has been given the Parsons School of Design User Experience 2012 award, effectively sealing the deal on just how great the overhaul is. While many users have yet to experience ICS on their devices, with an upgraded phone comes an upgraded experience, and we suggest getting an ICS device.
What are your thoughts on Android 4.0? love it, hate it? Let us know in the comments below.
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