New Google Nexus 7 And Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Out; Includes New Features, Essential Changes & Major Improvements

A major report broke out when Google unveiled an updated version of its Jelly Bean software, Android 4.3. The latest version comes with noticeable improvements and new features and is now available on all the latest editions of Nexus devices.    Leading the charge in the revamped Android is the support for Bluetooth Smart, called Bluetooth Low-Energy. The software also includes support for Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3. Users of Android 4.3 can now enjoy high performance realistic 3D graphics on their devices with support for Open GLES 3.0. Easing out parents’ worry, this version includes an option to restrict profiles, limiting the access to apps and content. Users can also now easily and quickly switch profiles from the lock screen. Powered by Fraunhofer Cingo mobile audio technology, the virtual Surround Sound feature in this latest version lets users thoroughly enjoy movies and videos from Google Play on their Nexus devices. There’s also Dial pad autocomplete feature, which suggests names and phone numbers on being touched. For international users, Google has included additional language support, translated in African, Amharic, Hindi, Swahili (Kiswahili) and Zulu (IsiZulu) languages in Android 4.3. There’s also some improvement seen in keyboard, making it easier to write text. Detecting location will now be easy with the Android 4.3 when connected with Wi-Fi. Users of Android 4.3 can also easily detect disabled apps using a separate tab that’s included in the version.  Media application developers can now easily integrate Digital Rights Management into their content streaming protocols using a latest DRM feature that’s incorporated in the Android 4.3A major report broke out when Google unveiled an updated version of its Jelly Bean software, Android 4.3. The latest version comes with noticeable improvements and new features and is now available on all the latest editions of Nexus devices especially Google Nexus 7. 2

  1. Leading the charge in the revamped Android is the support for Bluetooth Smart, called Bluetooth Low-Energy. The software also includes support for Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3.
  2. Users of Android 4.3 can now enjoy high performance realistic 3D graphics on their devices with support for Open GLES 3.0.
  3. Easing out parents’ worry, this version includes an option to restrict profiles, limiting the access to apps and content. Users can also now easily and quickly switch profiles from the lock screen.
  4. Powered by Fraunhofer Cingo mobile audio technology, the virtual Surround Sound feature in this latest version lets users thoroughly enjoy movies and videos from Google Play on their Nexus devices.
  5. There’s also Dial pad autocomplete feature, which suggests names and phone numbers on being touched.
  6. For international users, Google has included additional language support, translated in African, Amharic, Hindi, Swahili (Kiswahili) and Zulu (IsiZulu) languages in Android 4.3.
  7. There’s also some improvement seen in keyboard, making it easier to write text.
  8. Detecting location will now be easy with the Android 4.3 when connected with Wi-Fi.
  9. Users of Android 4.3 can also easily detect disabled apps using a separate tab that’s included in the version.
  10.  Media application developers can now easily integrate Digital Rights Management into their content streaming protocols using a latest DRM feature that’s incorporated in the Android 4.3

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