Google didn’t quite give us a formal changelog for what was new in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean when the rollouts first began, but the silence didn’t last forever. Instead of leaving it up to us to figure out what’s new, Google has finally decided to upgrade the Jelly Bean changelog with new changes specific to Android 4.2. You’ll see new items tagged with a red “New” label, and the rest is everything we’ve been enjoying since Android 4.1.
Just to give you an idea of some of the more interesting features highlighted, Android 4.2 now includes the ability to enable “TalkBack,” which is a screen reader function, from the power menu, a completely redesigned camera app with HDR features and a new photo editor, a redesigned clock with a stopwatch, timer, and world clock, the new gesture-based keyboard and more.
Combined with the changes from Android 4.1 this is an awfully long list, but if you have a bit of popcorn and a few minutes on your hand be sure to give it a nice read and learn everything there is to know about the latest versions of Android. Head right to this link to get started.
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