Following the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, more and more devices are coming equipped with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as well as updates for older devices. My Samsung Galaxy Note is still running on Gingerbread but I’m sure I’ll make the jump to Ice Cream Sandwich the moment I’m able to.
App developers have been working hard to get their apps running on Ice Cream Sandwich and one app that was updated recently was the Amazon Mobile app, to version 1.4. Amazon’s update descriptions looks to be simple enough:
- Now compatible with Android 4.0
- We hate bugs as much as you do, so we fixed a few (including “New & Used crash issue on the Galaxy Nexus)
Upgrading to a whole new version of iOS and/or Android always raises concern about app compatibility among other things. It’s nice to see that apps are resolving the compatibility issues while Android 4.0 is relatively still young.
To get the update, simply head over to the Android Market to download/install the update.
via Android Authority
Image Credit (Droid with ICS background image): Phonedog
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