Google has officially made the announcement that the Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” SDK is now available to developers.
Back in June, during Google I/O, the company had released a little preview version of the SDK kit for developers to start playing with. According to Phandroid, the newest version has been polished and many of the prominent bugs have been addressed. The update is now available through the SDK Manager.
This release also included the SDK Tools 20.0.1 update which includes the entire set of debugging tools for the SDK. This, too, brings a handful of bug fixes and improvements.
With more and more devices constantly being upgraded to Jelly Bean, now is a great time for developers to get their hands on the newest SDK and continue to improve their apps!