So, the big mobile operating system news yesterday did not have anything at all to do with a certain fruit, but it is no less sweet to one’s ears. I am talking about Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean which was introduced to the masses at Google I/O Conference. Well, it seems that there is an Easter Egg hidden within Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is similar in the nature of access as with previous versions of Android.
Tapping repeatedly on the version number under Android’s “Settings” menu would see a game that nudges your finger to flick a jelly bean candy around a location which lacks one important physics law – gravity, and this is a perpetual situation. Just watch the video above to get a better idea on what I am talking about. After all, a picture speaks a thousand words – so imagine what a video would do with volumes and volumes of words. Which of the previous Android Easter Eggs are your favorite?
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