As we saw recently, one of the main developments in the Google I / O 2012 was the presentation of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
This update of Android includes significant performance enhancements that allow you to deliver an experience for the user much faster and smoother.
What´s new in Android Jelly Bean
As we saw before among the major improvements in Android Jelly Bean are the speed and stability of the operating system in general.
The Google team has been increased to 60 FPS transitions in the user interface, giving this a truly seamless experience.
Text To Speech
Text input by voice has been another of the aspects improved in the new version of Android and now you do not need an internet connection to use itbecause the interpreter is located within the device.
The predictive keyboard now recognizes up to four languages and is able to guess the next word you want to write, but only available for U.S. English for the moment.
The widgets that can be resized from Android ICS now automatically adjust the screen size if they are too large to fit in it.
Now the notification bar offers an integration by allowing further action from this, and make calls or access to different options.
Android Jelly Bean includes some improvements in the camera application, which now lets you view images by dragging them to the right.
Google has also renewed its mobile search experience including improvements ranging from user interface with a new search bar to Knowledge Graph, Voice Search, which is very similar to Siri.
On the other hand it has been incorporated into Google Nowa function that can recognize and predict our interests in the search history function.
Some examples of this are that Android displays information about sports scores and upcoming games without the need to establish it as a favorite, as it has been based on search history.
Android Upgrades to Jelly Bean will be available from July when they come to the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Motorola Xoom, while the SDK is now available for developers.
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