Version 4.0 of Android, otherwise known as Ice Cream Sandwich, has been finding its way onto new phones. If you'd like to learn more about what you can do in ICS, this cheat sheet outlines an array of tasks and functions that ICS offers.
The cheat sheet also covers basic activities, such as swiping to move among home screen panels. This makes it ideal for new Android owners.
Even if you've already read our first look at Ice Cream Sandwich and know about the lesser-known features of the ICS, you might still discover a few new things you can do buried in Computerworld's two pages of charts.
For example, in addition to uninstalling apps right directly from the app drawer by pressing on it for a few seconds, you can get detailed information about it or disable a preinstalled system app by dragging the app onto an "App info" icon. The new People app kets you automatically route a specific person's calls to voicemail. And you can put your owner information on the lock screen.
Check out the cheat sheet to see all the tasks available.
Android 4.0 Cheat Sheet [Computerworld]