Sunday, 4 August 2013
12:17 By Sangit Macwan Android 4.3, Android 4.3 review, Fresh Techno World, jelly bean, Techno Reviews 2 comments
Android 4.3, Jelly Bean - Even Sweeter
Here are new features added to Android 4.3, Jelly Bean
With new Android 4.3 now you can create multiple profiles to restrict access to applications. In tablets, option for multiple user accounts allows each user to have their own space, customized home screen widgets, wallpapers, applications and games data. You don’t have to follow any long procedure to switch between users. All you can do with just a shot.
Application And Its Security
As Android has great market for apps, security for all these apps is an important issue to be taken into consideration. Android 4.3 allows each app to run into its own safe space kept apart from other apps. Also whenever you download an app, it will automatically check for viruses or any other bugs. Now users can download any app from Play Store without being worried about their phone from viruses.
Wireless Connection to HD Television
Android 4.3 now provides support for streaming media contents wirelessly from tablet or phone to your HD Television. You can watch HD movies, YouTube videos and much more stored in your phone or tablet directly to TV without attaching any cables. All you need is a TV integrated with Miracast. This feature is currently available for Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
|Android 4.3 - Restricted Profiles|
With improvements in notification bar, you can see all your notifications in one place and take actions immediately without going to an app and proceed. Just swipe your finger down from top of the screen to get to know your recent activities.
Great Graphic Features
With introduction of OpenGL ES 3.0, now you can experience high performance graphics for smooth response to touch and processing applications. You can get fast and smooth response to touch without putting much effort. As soon as you touch the screen, device’s CPU will boost instantly giving the immediate response and turning it off when you aren't using it to reduce the battery consumption.
Sharing via 'Beam'
With updated Jelly Bean, a new feature named ‘Beam’ has been introduced. It allows you to share videos, photos, contacts with your friends with a single tap. Just keep two NFC enabled Android devices facing each other’s back and tap to send whatever is on your screen.
|Android 4.3 - Jellybean|
Design And Screen
Now it is easy to personalize your home screen with the widgets. As you add widgets, everything else will move to clear room for the widgets. If the widgets are too big to fit in the home screen, they will re-size on their own.
With new accessibility feature, you can magnify your screen to get the closer look. People who are having visual impairment can get the full screen zoomed by consecutively tapping three times on the screen and can also interact with the device by typing on zoomed in screen. Blind users can use gestures along with the speech output to operate the device.
Wi-Fi - Good Enough
There is light difference in Wireless Settings. Even if your Wi-Fi is set to off, it can still search for the available networks and detect your location too.
With updated Dial pad, tap on numbers and it will recommend corresponding numbers and names to you. To enable this feature, go to phone app settings and select “Dial pad auto-complete”.
Android can now be translated in additional languages like Africans, Hindi, Zulu, Swahili and Amharic.
|Android 4.3 - Dial pad|
Android 4.3 - In Market World
Android 4.3 is currently available to only Google Nexus phones and tablets while other Companies are still waiting to get their hands on updated Jelly Bean.
Sony has confirmed to bring Android 4.3 to seven of its devices i.e Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR, Xperia Tablet Z, Xperia SP and the Xperia Z Ultra but still there is no official news when update will be available.
Samsung hasn't revealed much about its update but it is expected that Android 4.3 will be first available to Galaxy S4 yet it is uncertain as they may wait for Galaxy Note 3 to introduce Android 4.3 in Samsung.
Known for its late updates, HTC hasn't said much about its update for its devices but planning to bring it near future.
Like HTC, LG also lacks for quick system updates. It is expected that LG may bring update to its recently launched LG G2 but still there is no official announcement.
Motorola also haven’t made any announcement for Android 4.3 but there are hopes to get Android 4.3 on its first Google smartphone, Moto X.