Features of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

This article covers features of new product of Android OS codenamed Jelly Beans. Jelly Beans aka. Android 4.1 has added a lot of features to the existing Ice Cream Sandwich. This article proves that Google never sits idle. It comes up with something new every year.

Every one has been eyeing the Google I/O, Google's annual developer conference which started on June 27th at the Moscone Center ,San Francisco. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was a huge step for the Android OS. It was packed with features like-
• Android Beam
• Face Unlock
And an entirely revamped and cleaner UI with a better keyboard and much more. In addition, it is fairly steady across phones and tablets.
Where can Google improve? Here's our features list for Android Jelly Bean:

Better Browser-Integrated in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Android phones and tablets come with their default browser which is descent, but it lacks a lot of features that competing browsers like Chrome offer. Chrome is very easy to travel through multiple tabs at once and the best part is it syncs with Chrome on our desktop. Recently, HTC added a great feature in its Sense 4.0 that allows one to store pages for offline reading.

User Friendly Battery in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

As Dave Burke, Er. Director puts it Android Jelly Bean is going to be "buttery smooth". Android 4.1 has been updated to be "fast, lipid and smooth".
It has got technical updates like Triple Buffering (GPU/CPU and Display in sync), improved fps(60fps) and touch anticipation.
Using Touch Input Boost, Android 4.1 increases the CPU so that loading times are much faster and smoother, and therefore results in less battery consumption.
One more feature added is rather than downloading and installing the whole installation file, apps only install changed elements, making them on average 66% smaller.

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean user interface

Home screen is the heart of Android OS. So, improvements in home screen are a must for Android devices. Moving widgets between different home screens is now more is spontaneous (responsive), with apps and widgets moving around while resizing them.
Android 4.1 brings over a new keyboard which can guess what your next word would be.It's just like typing while Googling .
Jelly Bean introduces 18 new languages including Hindi, Thai and Persian . Improved support for blind people. It currently only supports US English, but local packages will be on their way to your devices very soon.

Camera quality of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Whilst Ice cream sandwich brought fast capturing of images, Jelly bean takes this further.
Image capturing is smoother. Pinching brings a photo strip of all taken photos and to delete the unwanted photos one just needs to swipe it.
WOW!!! Isn't it?

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is NFC enabled

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean pairs up with other NFC enabled devices to send photographs, docs and videos in just a blink of eye. One can connect to NFC enabled Bluetooth devices through Beam which lessens the burden while video chatting with your friends and family.

Notifications in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean-more interactive

Notifications now provide more information. This means that if you get a missed call it allows you to instantly call back, calendar apps allow one to email everyone or you can +1 other notifications right from your notification bar.
Google's latest feature "Knowledge graph" in Google search has become mobile. A new clean simple UI provides "piles" of other useful information showing you quick info, such as local temperature.
Voice searching in Jelly Bean is faster and more spontaneous. Asking who the Prime Minister of India is, it speaks out "Manmohan Singh".

Android Jelly BeanTracks your records

It keeps track of what you search and your location history, as well as according to appointments in your calendar, your device becomes more interactive.
Can it be a neck to neck competitor to iPad?We will know about it once it starts flooding into the markets.
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