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Google launches style guide for developers

Google have launched a new style guide for their latest OS update. Read on to find out more.

With the Android OS getting a massive facelift with the newest update, named Ice Cream Sandwich to be exact, it seems Google are keen to integrate the newly designed UI with the work that app developers do.

To do so, a new style guide has been released, aimed at giving developers tips, tools and suggestions on how they can make their apps integrate well with the new OS update.

Named Android Design, the style guide is open to all developers, regardless of their experience.

As well as the basic tips for more novice developers, Android Design also discusses several new features of Android 4.0, and how they can be integrated in to apps, and how you should go about developing for them.

What do you think of Android Design? Is it a great way for new developers to learn about the new OS update? Or more of a way for Google to say ‘our way, or no way’?