Google, a few hours ago, officially revealed the availability of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean SDK to developers. This new full Jelly Bean SDK comes with the new Android 4.1 APIs for devs to get their existing apps ready and also develop new applications for latest operating system.
Android developers can now create and publish apps against API level 16 using the new Jelly Bean APIs. In addition, Google is also releasing SDK Tools revision 20.0.1 and native development kit (NDK) revision 8b with bug fixes.
The Android development team also provided some tips and tricks for working with the new software, to boot. Which, you can find out from source link.
As usual the update is available for developers in their SDK manager, or you can also download it direct today from the link below.
Source – Android Developers Blog