Froyo Android OS 2.2 now available on Nexus One

It seems as if Google just announced Android 2.2, aka Froyo, and most of us thought that it should be a matter of weeks or months before Google would start releasing Froyo. Well, surprise, surprise, Google just started rolling out Froyo on its Flagship device Nexus One via Over the Air updates.

As of now, this update is only for Nexus One, but other device should have the update very soon. So, the big question is, what’s in it for me?
This new OS release enables portable Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities and 3G tethering as well as its first-ever support for Flash 10.1. Applications can now utilize Android Cloud to Device Messaging to enable mobile alert, send to phone, and two-way push sync functionality. Developers can now choose to have their applications installed on internal memory or to an SD card.

Is it worth the wait? You, bet, just getting Flash functionality is already awesome, so all we have to do is just wait a little bit more, Froyo is just around the corner.

Related links

- First Look: Android 2.2 (Froyo) with Flash Player 10.1

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