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Android JELLY BEAN, the top 4 news of Google I/O

The major announcement made by Google During the Google’s I/O developer conference is a new version of their mobile OS, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Jeely Bean won’t be the name of Android 5.0 as one may expect for a while, but it will be the name of ANDROID 4.1.

This new update will be first available for the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, and Motorola Xoom in mid-July. Google’s new tablet computer, the Nexus 7, will also come with Jelly Bean. Google already released the SDK to developers on wednesday via developer.android.com.

We want things to be simple, beautiful, and really smart,” Android product management Hugo Barra said at the Google I/O developer conference.

But what’s new in Android 4.1?

– Faster, and Slicker : This performance boost is due to Project Butter, a processing framework designed to improve responsiveness, smooth out animations and reduce latency.

– Text Input improved: especially with regard to voice typing. The speech interpretor lives directly on the deviceand the predictive keyboard is also able to guess at which word you intend to type out next.

– Enhanced Accessibility: the newly-added Gesture Mode allows blind users to navigate their devices with gestures, and support for external Braille devices has been added.

– Camera App: the Camera app also gained a few new tricks, with new animations that occur every time you take a picture. Now users can also pinch to enter a film strip view for faster perusal.

– Android Beam: share photos by tapping two phones together, using an emerging wireless technology called near-field communications (NFC).

– Expandable Notifications: users can now return phone calls from within the notifications shade, and apps can be expanded by dragging down with two fingers.

– Google Voice Search and Google Now: “gets to the right information at the right time automatically” if you activate the feature.  This is much more than a virtual assistant. For example, if you say “Traffic”, it wi look at your usual way to work and show you alternative routes if there’s a lot of traffic.

And as with every release of a new version of Android, Google places a new Android mascot on their lawn, just near the famous Ice Cream Sandwich.

 
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One Comment on “Android JELLY BEAN, the top 4 news of Google I/O”

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