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is also known as Jelly Bean. It improves upon 4.0 in a few ways: 1/ "butter smooth" user interface, thanks to many changes on how graphics operations are timed and synchronized. 2/ automatic widget re-sizing so that users can max out their screen space. 3/ Voice typing goes offline, which is great because the previous version only worked if the data connection was good. 4/ Better camera app that makes reviewing and curating photos easier. 5/ Google Now is a personal assistant which competes with Apple's Siri. Read our Jelly Bean overview

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is more secure, according to security expert

07/17/2012, While new features and a new UI are always a welcome change with major OS revisions, security is probably one of the more important features. After all, there’s really no point in having a fancy looking OS with the security flaws and holes that any...

Android 4.1 Jellybean arrives on HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus

07/10/2012, After releasing the source code for Jellybean yesterday, Google has decided to begin its distribution of Android 4.1. The first device to receive it is the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus which has already begun to receive it today. JellyBean has tons of new features...

Google releases Android 4.1 source code

07/09/2012, Google has a nice little treat for all modders and developers, they have just released the source code for Android 4.1 JellyBean. The code was released today as part of the Android Open Source Project. Lead engineer on the project, Jean-Baptiste M....

Adobe to discontinue supporting Flash on Android 4.1

06/29/2012, In February this year, Adobe announced that it will no longer develop further versions of its Flash Player for mobile browsers, and said that the beta version of Chrome for Android will no longer be supported. However, the company added that its Flash...

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is official!

06/27/2012, Folks, it looks like all the speculation can finally be put to rest as Google has officially taken the wraps off Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. One of the features that Google was aiming for was a smooth and buttery experience, which was why they embarked on...

Android 4.1 spotted on Verizon Galaxy Nexus

12/02/2011, Yes, we do know that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus over at Verizon Wireless has already been seen doing pretty impressively on the Speedtest earlier this morning, going to prove that Verizon’s 4G LTE network is truly one of the fastest ones in the...