Google releases official changelog for Jelly Bean

Google releases official changelog for Jelly Bean

That’s right, Google has justĀ announced the changelog to their newest Android version, Jelly Bean. We saw most of the Jelly Bean coverage at Google I/O, from the camera enhancements to Project Butter, but now Google has finally given users the full breakdown of what the latest, tastiest Android update has to offer. You can click the source link below to see what the majority of Android users are missing out on, at least until more devices get that precious OTA.

So, now that we have a complete list of the new features in Jelly Bean, are you more eager to get it on your device? Did anyone find a feature in the changelog that they didn’t know about before? Let us know in the comments!

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