Android 4.1 Jelly Bean With Disturbing Siri Rival That Tracks Your Daily Routine
Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean has been unleashed loaded with a long list of enhancements and upgraded Google apps. The Google’s I/O keynote is currently underway, and the search giant has already announced the much awaited Google Nexus 7 tablet manufactured by Asus.
Google has surprised everyone with the next version of its smartphone and tablet OS Android 4.1 nicknamed Jelly Bean. The new Android boasts the iOS Siri competitor, new Google Maps, UI improvements, and more.
Probably, the most significant new element in Android Jelly Bean is Google version of digital assistant that responds to voice commands, and can answer an array of queries, and responds to them in human voice.
However, unlike iOS Siri, Google voice assistant is more aware of user’s nature as it takes hints from your browsing history, searches, and other routines, which might create a problem for users who are more sensitive to their privacy concerns.
Other Android 4.1 enhancements incorporate off-line dictation, which, in fact, is interesting, new Notification Center widgets, and a new UI enhancement called Project Butter, which will give lag-free experience while scrolling web and page transitions.
The Android Jelly Bean has all the features that will satisfy both the naives as well as the experts. And you will notice that Google is trying much more than Apple to bring more restrictions free mobile experience to the users. Apple has disappointed many by sticking to its policy of not allowing more powerful apps that force users to jailbreak their devices.