Thursday, June 28, 2012
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Google has announced their newest Os, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, that which according to their announcement it will be available mid-July this year. There is a developer SDK preview available right now on the Android Developers website, just check at . This latest OS reportedly will brings a lot new features and performance updates. With the vsync of the screen at a constant 60 frames per second, Android Jely Bean UI goes just as smooth as butter. Google has showed two Galaxy Nexus phones which one of 'em is still running the older OS "Ice Cream Sandwich" and one other is running Jelly Bean OS, in purpose to demonstrate the huge difference betwen those two OS. The difference is quite impressive, on the Jelly Bean OS the Keyboard typing is improved with the better and more accurate predictive input and extended dictionary. On top of that, there is now available a offline Voice Typing, means that it's no longer requiring data connection to work, so the performance won't be affected by slow speed as what that you may have ever had.

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

On the demo, the OS worked pretty well. There was a fixed misheard word, improved accessibility by adding new gestures and external support for Brail input, and the Camera Taking Photos got more intuitive. Jelly Bean OS brings a new UI and gestures, so you can swipe sideways to access the gallery, it is similar to WP phones. - The notification bar will show you a more prominent looking clock and allows notifications from various apps like Music, Pulse and Gmail to be expanded to give you more details without having to open the apps. - The Google search got a little changes too, natural language commands are now supported as Google is obviously ready to mount a serious challenge to Siri. When you initiate a search you'll get a minimalist design card, and when you swipe to the left, it will show you a list of Google Search results...


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