Google announces Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, OTA update of Android 4.3 now live on all Nexus devices

It wasn't only the new Nexus 7, but Google has also unveiled the rumoured Android 4.3 Jelly Bean yesterday. Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was in news from past long time, and after Google I/O 2013 flop rumours, yesterday, Google has officially unwrapped the newest version of Andoid, the Android 4.3 JB. The new Android version comes with a bunch of improvements, whose list you can find below.

Android 4.3

The newest Android version is still called as Jelly Bean and the update for this new version is now available for original Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and Galaxy Nexus devices via over-the-air (OTA). Google will be also releasing the update for their Google Play Edition devices later on, most probably in next few weeks.

Coming to the features list, Google has introduced a new feature in the multi-user support dubbed as Restricted Profiles. So, on Android 4.3, parents can restrict part of the app and the actions you can perform in app to some users – like, no access to in-app purchases to children or limited access to options in a kiosk.

Android 4.3

Google has also added support for Bluetooth Smart, OpenGL ES 3.0 (Better Graphics), DRM APIs, Easier Text Input, Hebrew & Arabic RTL, Bluetooth AVRCP, Background WiFi location, Dial-Pad autocomplete and faster user-switching, on the new Android 4.3. In addition, the Android 4.3 comes with more languages support, which include, Africaans, Amharic, Hindi, Swahili and Zulu.

Android 4.3 is a gradual update that brings stability improvements and some neat developer features. So, its Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, the main update, which will bring some major improvements in Android.

Android 4.3