Official Android Blog is finally here!

Official Android Blog is finally here!

Almost 4 years ago, Google launched their very first mobile OS which is now known as the most famous mobile operating system, Android. Whenever any official news or report related to Android is released by Google, it always shows up on Google Mobile blog or any other Google blog but not anymore; because finally after a wait of four-long years, Official Android Blog is finally here. Now if you want to check what Google is upto with Android or just want to get a little in-depth with Android, just check the official blog and you will be good to go.

Though we will keep you updated with anything Android, but you should add it to your bookmarks to just stay in touch. Check out the blog and tell us what are your thoughts about it, and by the way that Android on the top of blog’s banner is a fun thing, no?

Source: Google Mobile

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  1. iOS Developers
    August 02, 02:38 Reply

    Another great feature from the worlds #1 mobile OS, Android. Google has come a long way in a very short time.

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