Sony Tablet™ is evolving, and we'd like to keep you informed with the latest updates.
Today we're happy to confirm that an update to Android 4.0 will be available for Sony Tablet. Details including timing will be announced in due course, so please stay tuned.
Just recently we released the Software Development Kit for Sony Tablet P. For more information on this and future updates please visit us at Sony Tablet Evolution.
Oh dear ! I'm just getting used to this whole android thing and so far I like it.
In all seriousness though I'm sure those who know about thehse things know what is best. i hope i dont have too much re learning to do.
thats great news, still waiting on the december update for the uk, its a week overdue now.
in regards to just getting used to android, it is more of a evolution and the jump from 3.x to 4.x isnt that big, its more of a jump from 2.x which is on phones.
once you know android, its abit like windows, you will know exactly how to use it. people who have only used windows 95 can use windows 7 no problem same is true with android.
Will ICS fix some of the issues people are mentioning on the forums? WiFi dropout, battery life, Sony apps being able to play data straight off the SD card etc?
I hope we see ICS pushed out soon. Being able to set the browser's user agent to mimic a desktop so you don't have bad "mobile" versions forced is something I'm in dire need of.
I use the default browser for most things, but for the few sites I use that look better in desktop I use Dolphin browser HD. It's free and easy to config
Yeah, I use Dolphin HD on my phone, but that nor the beta Dolphin For Pad come close to the default browser for tablet usability.
I click a lot of links from Twitter, too and it's only after I've followed the link that I discover that the sites are poorly made, meaning I'm in no hurry to re-open it in Dolphin.
the default browser is the best on the tablet imo. Have you tried ubersocial for twitter? it has LivePreview setting, meaning in landscape mode the twitter feed is on the left, with the content of the link shown on the right (similar to the email viewed in landscape).
It's not perfect but may help