The amazing history of the Android mobile operating system invention with the release of the Android beta in November 2007 and the first commercial version, Android 1.0, was released in September 2008.
Android is under ongoing development by Google and Handset Alliance, and has seen a number of updates to its base operating system since its original release.
Android is like a Linux-based operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices for example smartphones and tablet computers etc. Android is user frankly source and according to Google the code under the Apache License. Open source code and permissive licensing make the software to be freely modified wireless carriers and enthusiast developers.It’s a growing selection of everyone, which can be acquired by users either through an app store such as Google Play, or by downloading and run the application’s APK file from a third-party site. Purchases of unwanted applications can be return within 15 min’s of the time of download.
Since all the devices of Android are usually battery-power, Android is designed to manage memory (RAM) to stable power consumption at a minimum, in contrast to desktop operating systems which generally operate they are connected to unlimited electricity. When an Android app is no longer in use, the system will automatically suspend it in memory – while the app is still technically in use suspended apps consume no resources and sit automatic in the background until needed again.
The open and customizable facility of Android permeation it to be used on other electronics, including laptops and netbooks, smartbooks, smart TVs (Google TV) and cameras (Nikon Coolpix S800c and Galaxy Camera) In addition, the Android operating system has seen applications on smart glasses (Project Glass), wristwatches, headphones, car CD and DVD players, mirrors, portable media players and landlines and Voice over IP phones. Ouya, downloaded video games console running Android, became one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns, and other Android-based video games consoles such as Project Shield from NVIDIA.