All About the Android’s Latest OS – Jelly Bean v4.1

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All About the Android’s Latest OS – Jelly Bean v4.1

  1. 1. All About the Android’s Latest OS – Jelly Bean v4.1(function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return;js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src ="//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1&appId=453336124685754";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, "script", "facebook-jssdk"));FacebookThe Android first came into the world of technology in the year 2007 and since then, it hasstunned tech lovers with one improved version after another. The first among the Androidversions, which was used for commercial purposes, was the Android 1.0 (2008). The mostrecent ones are the uniquely named, Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ and ‘Jelly Bean v4.1’.About Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ and Android ‘Jelly Bean v4.1’:The Android 4.0, or ‘Ice Cream Sandwich,’ has worked to improve those particular featuresthat allowed tech-lovers to fall in love with the Android in the first place. It makes the job ofresizing the widgets on the screen easier, allows further customization of the screen and easesthe navigation process. Moreover, this version even allows better opportunities for those of uswho love to multitask. All you have to do is to make use of the system bar, and every task andapp will literally be at the tip of your fingers.If you were wondering whether things can get any better than this, then the ‘Jelly Bean v4.1’isthe answer to your question. Not only does this version aim to further enhance the features ofthe last one, but it has some entirely new goals as well. Given below are some of its mostremarkable features. 1/2
  2. 2. Customizing your home screen is a cakewalk with the Jelly Bean’s ability to resize and reposition the widgets by itself. It also controls the CPU by enhancing and reducing its activity depending on whether the gadget is in use, or is being touched or not. Not only is this system more intelligent, but it will also conserve the battery power. Typing options too have been greatly improved with the inclusion of a significant number of new languages for prediction settings. The Android Emulator and Android Apps: Though it’s a little hard to believe, the best part of the Android OS has not even been touched upon yet. Most would agree that the numerous Android apps and emulators that are available in the market today are what make the Android phone and other gadgets, even more exciting. The best part is that most of these apps and emulators are either pocket-friendly, or in many cases, free. Free Android emulators like the PSX4Droid, SNESoid, Game Boy Color Emulator, etc. have made the Android gaming experience extremely enjoyable and inexpensive too. Another important feature of this OS that people are likely to hear about on any Android forum is the famous, Android SDK. When there are so many apps that you can download and use on your Android phone, there must be ample provision for testing and debugging these apps too. This is exactly what the Android SDK provides you with. It arms you with every tool that you may need to perform the above-mentioned tasks; so that there is simply no chance that your gadget is harmed by the apps that you use. The Android vs. iPhone Debate: Ever since Google started launching more and more improved versions of their OS, the debate about which among the iPhone and Android is greater has gained much popularity. However, with the release of the newest Android Smartphone, the Galaxy S3, this debate has reached its peak. After careful consideration of all the features of the latest iPhone (iPhone 4s) and Galaxy S3, it has been claimed by almost every forum, that Android has won this round of the debate. The polished and most advanced features of this phone from Samsung, has clearly proven to be too much for the iPhone 4 to compete with. However, with the news of the release of Apple’s latest iPhone 5 doing the rounds, it will be safe to say that the debate is still very much open. Needless to say, Android lovers all over the world will be eagerly waiting to see what surprises this OS can give them in the future. Until then, we will be eagerly awaiting the release of Apple’s iPhone 5 (or whatever name they assign) to see how it compares against Android’s Jelly Bean.www.TechPaw.com All About the Android’s Latest OS – Jelly Bean v4.1 2/2Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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