If you’ve been waiting with baited breath for the latest Android update, then it seems that the wait is nearly over as Google are now rolling it out. I received it on my Nexus S last night.
The number one good thing is that it isn’t any slower than the previous version and once you’ve done things for the first time (which probably initialises some application settings) it seems a little quicker than Gingerbread. Other than that, screenshots are a feature that every application developer I know has been waiting for, so good to see that’s included.
Mobile operating systems on smartphones have changed quite considerably, but Ice Cream Sandwich marks a point where Android is mature, where the improvements make it better than the previous version, but not to a point that most people will hand over money to upgrade.