Google Releases Changelog For Android 4.1 Jellybean, It’s Pretty Big


After a new version of Android is released, it’s pretty reasonable to expect a changelog for that particular version. And when it’s a professional company as Google that we’re talking about, you cannot expect less. Google released a full changelog for their latest and greatest iteration of Android yet – 4.1 Jellybean.

Some would say: ‘We know everything about what’s new in Jellybean, so why would Google release a changelog?’. And they would be right up to a point. There’s nothing that we don’t know in the changelog.

Project Butter, new notifications, more accessibility options and updated camera are all known features to us, but the changelog adds to the professionalism of Google and Android. Plus, there are always new users, right, and they deserve to know what’s new in the latest version.

If you want to see the full changelog of Android 4.1 Jellybean, or you feel like you missed a thing or two when we talked about it when it was announced, feel free to hit the source link and go to the Android website.

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