As promised earlier, Taiwan based mobile and tablet manufacturer, Asus has released the Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich update for its Transformer TF101 tablet. The Android update was announced last year without the release date but now it has been rolled out and can be downloaded by users for their devices.
Asus Singapore had made this announcement for all the Transformer TF101 tablets through its official Facebook account last month itself.
The update, after been rolled out in Taiwan, has also been made available for Asus customers in the United States. The Android ICS update is now expected to reach the users in rest of the countries in the days to come. Though there has been no information on when and where the update will be made available. Users therefore will have to keep checking on their device for the update as the update has been made available over the air.
Along with the operating system update, Asus is also upgrading the system font to Roboto for better look and appearance. The web experience has also been improved with better software optimisations. Besides, the device now gets a native spell check client as well.
After the upgrade, users can dismiss notifications by swiping them and can also remove apps form the recent list by swiping across them. That’s not the entire list of changes but a few of them that have been included in the new update.