Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Featuring Multiple User Accounts, Photo Sphere Camera And Google Now

Google launched the next version of android which is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with a lot of new features that makes android more interesting for everyday life. The android 4.2 jelly bean will be available with its two newly announced devices Nexus 4 and Nexus 10.

Android 4.2 features multiple user accounts with which the sharing of the tablet with the family members becomes easy. Users can have their specific settings, wallpapers, apps and even levels and high scores in games. Further it has quick setting menu which will overlap with the main notifications menu, which will enable users to switch between user accounts, toggle Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, change brightness, select airplane mode, etc.

Moreover android 4.2 comes with Photo Sphere Camera where you can take pictures in every direction for a panoramic view and the photos will merged which you can share on Google + and on Google Maps for your street view.

Android Jelly Bean 4.2

If you love to enjoy big-screen then Android 4.2 features support for Miracast wireless displays, which will enable you to browse, watch movies, and play games or whatever you like on your HDTV wireless. You can also use gestures for typing where you can slide your fingers over the letters on the keyboard and get predictive suggestions. This feature is further capable of anticipating and predicting the next word that will let you to finish the sentences by selecting from the suggested words.

Furthermore, android 4.2 features a special screen saver mode in which you can customize the settings to display photos, get news from Google Currents, etc when your device is idle or docked.

In addition to the above, android 4.2 features Google Now which you need to activate and you can get timely delivery of the information that you need. Selection  will automatically be updated and display information such as weather information, flight information, appointments, your favorite sports team scores, hotels, events, package shipping information and traffic locations with alternate routes.

Have a review of Android 4.2 here.


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