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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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