Android 4.1 changelog out: all you ever wanted to know about Jelly Bean
| by Roydon Cerejo |
Google touched upon just a few key features of Jelly Bean at Google I/O and now they've finally released the full changelog on Android.com. Jelly Bean is Google’s latest version of Android that was demoed on their Nexus 7 tablet. The update will first be seeded to Google’s Nexus devices like the Nexus S and the Galaxy Nexus.
Google states that Jelly Bean builds on top of Ice Cream Sandwich. This new OS makes everything smoother, faster and more fluid. Notifications are now more dynamic, allowing you to access and interact with the alert from the drop down menu itself without ever having to open the app. Another interesting feature is that voice typing is now faster, working even when one does not have a data connection. Google also states that they have re-designed search from the ground up in Jelly Bean with a new user interface and faster, more natural Voice Search. They go on to state that one can type their query or simply ask Google a question. Google can speak back, delivering a precise answer, powered by the Knowledge Graph, if it knows one, in addition to a list of search results.
See what has changed
Here are some of the key changes from the changelog:
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