It’s all official and all ready to go. The Android 2.2 FroYo demo which took tons of jabs at Apple, which were all met with applause, was mostly demoed on the Google Nexus One, proving that having the official Google Phone has its advantages, and lets you get the latest update first. Still no word on when FroYo will start to roll out, but this is developing, and you can read the list of new features below.
UPDATE 1: There’s the introductory video after the break!
- Android 2.2 FroYo brings Flash 10.1 support in the browser
- Rich slide-out advertisements in apps
- Update all feature, and “auto update? in the Android Market
- The ability to transfer all of your music over-the-air and stream to your Android device, as well as apps and directions, among other possibilities in the new API
- Saving apps to your SD card and transferring personal data between new phone without hassles
- Improved and faster voice-to-text commands
- Wi-Fi hotspot tethering — without those extra carrier bills