First of all I would like to thank all the moderators, members and everyone who have helped me in the past for the queries I had. This is a wonderful community and I am so glad that I was part of it (though most of the time I was asking rather then helping others).
I do have my reasons for going back to ios, but that doesn't mean my love for android is less.
My name is Alex and im glad to be part of this community and hopefully can have helpful insights for the future. I have a droid incredible and waiting for my contract to end for a new android. I am here because i want to talk to my fellow droid users about the latest apps and I am interested in development so I am going to hang out in those types of forums a lot.
Google released the Android 4.1 SDK today and it is now available for download. Included with the SDK are revised versions of SDK Tools (20.1.1) and NDK revision 8b. The new tools will let developers publish code up to API level 16 using Jelly Bean APIs. As usual, the SDK is available for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms.