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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Source Code Made Available To Developers

Written by: on 10th July 2012 |
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Source Code Made Available To Developers  | read this item

The Android industry is truly unstoppable. Despite from the left and right copyright infringement cases, their research and development team continued to release innovations for their much love clients.

Towards the end of the month, they would be releasing their latest operating system known as Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Earlier today, Jelly Bean’s source code has been released to developers. That would be few weeks ahead of its general release at the end of this month. It was announced by Google engineer Jean-Baptiste Queru in a forum post.

The Jelly Bean was unveiled at Google’s I/O Conference in San Francisco last month together with the new and awesome features. It includes the “Project Butter” that literally aims to make the entire interface “buttery smooth”. What’s amazing about this new os is that, it is already equipped with Google Now. It is a unique feature that would give its users what they need before they’re going to ask for it. It’s pretty much like being in the best poker sites and knowing beforehand what is the best move to make to win the poker game.

Nexus 7 would be the first one to be equipped with this OS and later on Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Motorola Xoom will have their time towards the end of July.

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