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Ice Cream Sandwich allows we to censor apps – though so does a Motorola RAZR

There’s a new underline in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich that has utterly a few people carrying a listened conflict with joviality – a ability to “hide” applications that you’d differently not be means to get absolved of. These apps are generally calls bloatware since they’re combined to a simple build of a device and can't be deleted by a user (unless of march they penetrate a device.) What this new duty will move is a ability to close these apps out of your device ALMOST wholly – save for a volume of space they take adult in a really easy sense. What we competence not know is that both a Motorola DROID RAZR and a DROID BIONIC both have this ability already – no Ice Cream Sandwich required!

Before we continue, we contingency divulge that I’ve not had an extended time with a DROID BIONIC – if you’ll take a demeanour during a reviews here and over during a other site I’ve reviewed for in a past, Android Community, you’ll see that it was Vincent Nguyen and Cory Gunther who took that examination on when a device dropped. You’ll suppose my warn afterwards when a Motorola deputy during a DROID RAZR eventuality sensitive me that there was a duty on a device that authorised we to censor applications – and my double-down warn when we was after sensitive by Cory that a BIONIC had this ability too!

Have a demeanour during how this duty works on a DROID RAZR here:

Now a stealing of apps works, from what we can tell, accurately a same on these Motorola inclination as it will in a simple build of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, so we can demeanour brazen to being means to do something like what we see above on all Android phones in a future! Or so we can hope. There’s always a probability that manufacturers and/or carriers will wish to invalidate this ability on inclination underneath their caring – hopefully not. The right to have no some-more apps than a diversion Shadowgun is a right we feel I’m right to demand!

Be certain to check out a Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Complete Guide for all a information we could presumably wish on a arriving mobile OS, and conduct to a Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich hands-on post for a genuine live close-up look! The video from that post can also be seen next if we like:

Ice Cream Sandwich hands-on demo

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