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Google Launches Jelly Bean

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Google announced the latest version of its Android mobile operating system,  the Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean, at the company’s annual worldwide developer conference Google IO. Improvements to this edition of the Android OS include a smoother and more responsive UI across the system, a home screen that automatically adapts to fit content, a predictive keyboard, richer and more interactive notifications, and larger payload sizes for Android Beam (NFC) sharing, among other things.

Android has crossed 400 million activations. About a million new Android devices are activated each day, says Google.

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  • Posted: June 28, 2012 03:21

    Subhayan Mukerjee (@wrahool)

    I'm excited to see how the new notifications will be like. As it is, notifications is one strong point in Android that not even iOS has been able to match. I heard that in Jelly Beans, you can actually text, call and email from the slide down notification window. Let's see how it's received.

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