Today during the Google IO event there was an announcement that both shocked and pleased me. They are releasing a new IDE for Android development. Best of all, it's based on IntelliJ, easily my favourite Java IDE.
(Photo's are from Verge )
One of the coolest new features is the addition of a tool allowing you to see your code running on a multitude of different devices at the same time:
I can say easily one of the things I hate most about Android development is Eclipse, which is pretty much the defacto tool for Android. You could always work in IntelliJ or Netbeans, but it was never quite as seamless and always seem to have a gap or two in functionality. Any news that might potentially keep me away from the hateful IDE that is Eclipse is great news to me!
You can read more about the announcement over at The Verge. As of yet, no downloads are available on Googles websites.
Edit: Download link now available. Also, so hands on screenshots available here.