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After seeing Apple’s success with the iPAD tablet in 2011, Google needed to get on the same train and they had to act quickly, as other manufacturers were preparing to launch their own tablets without a clear OS model.
And so it happened…
At the end of January, Google introduced new interface which included tablet support in Android 3.0 called “Honeycomb”. Users were able to have a landscape mode, discover new notifications and updated display settings. But most importantly, “Honeycomb” rolled out with enough space and freedom for application developers to customize OS bringing their own features into it. The updated Android design with variety of new themes quickly caught smartphones users attention.