Sunday, 28 July 2013

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Launched

Synchronized with the launch of the New Nexus 7 tablet, Google also broadcast the newest type of its wireless operating scheme, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Just like everyone foreseen, the new Android iteration is only a minor upgrade to Android 4.2, conveying a twosome of new features, little improvements, and bug fixes.

The tablets that are currently running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean allow their users to conceive more anecdotes, but the new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean revise brings things even further. The new programs revise brings parental controls for client accounts, permitting the manager to block unwanted apps, in-app buys, as well as filtering diverse content.

The new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean revise furthermore brings autocomplete for titles and figures exactly in the Dial Pad, also improving the keyboard proposition algorithms, and decreasing the latency for the USB peripherals. It furthermore brings a new list for the impeded apps in Settings > Apps. in addition to these, the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean changelog also encompasses a simplified procedure for setting up a new Android fatal, quicker swap between user anecdotes and advanced and more unquestionable localization founded on WiFi, nearly removing the need to trigger the GPS. Still, the GPS-based location continues to remain the most accurate.

Even though it’s not an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean-exclusive, but launched synchronized with the new Android iterration, the new Google Play Games application is an interface for the Play Games Service launched at Google I/O, Android now having a gaming center like Microsoft’s XBOX Live or Apple Game Center.
The less visible, but still important Android 4.3 Jelly Bean changes also include support for Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy (Bluetooth Smart) and for Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 profile, which enables audio ID tag displaying for the peripherals like car stereos, connected to your Android device.
The audio component of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean now comes with surround virtualization for stereo sound, after Google licensed the Cingo technology from Fraunhoffer, while the video codec package was improved with a VP8 encoder.

The user interface performance optimizations, which begun with Android 4.1 and Project Butter, have also been enhanced as fonts and shapes now render more clearly, and the 2D graphics renderer can now scale across multiple CPU cores for some tasks. These changes in Android 4.3 promise performance improvements without any other intervention from the software developers.
Just as interesting is the apparition of OpenGL ES 3.0 support, which brings a significant number of improvements in terms of graphical processing and texture compression and filtering. For the time being, OpenGL ES 3.0 is supported by graphics processing units like Adreno 305, Adreno 320, and Andreno 320, models belonging to the second Midgrad gen from ARM (Mali T6xx) and the latest models belonging to the PowerVR tribe.

The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean roll out has already begun for the newest members of the Nexus family, including Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Galaxy Nexus. There’s now word yet about when the new software update will become available for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One Google Edition.


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