After Android Jelly Bean 4.2, up next on treat could be Android Key Lime Pie
Rumors continue to fly as tech enthusiasts wait to get their hands on android’s futuristic mobile operating system – Android Key Lime Pie. Speculated for a late October release this year, Android instead continued the current version and launched Android Jelly Bean 4.2 on October 29 at a media event in New York.
With a bunch of spectacular features, android 4.2 has drummed up a lot of enthusiasm among Android users and also grabbed attention from the tech savvy. Android users can expect stunning android application development that works flawlessly on the wide range of Android-powered devices.
The latest Android release boasts of features such as 360-degree panoramic photos, gesture typing, intuitive design and consistent user experience across phones and tablets. Doesn’t that sound like iOS 6? Well, yes. With Jelly Bean 4.2, Android stands shoulder to shoulder with Apple’s iOS 6.
Close parity between world’s two most popular mobile operating systems is a delight for mobile app developers as they can now develop even more exciting apps with advanced features for both Android and Apple users.
While Android Jelly Bean 4.2 offers the much-desired feature of allowing multiple users to share the device while maintaining their unique settings, Android Key Lime Pie is predicted to have yet amazing features. The next release is likely to have inbuilt video chat app. Social networking apps such as Twitter and Facebook are expected to come baked into the OS thereby saving the need to install such basic apps.
Continuing the lineage of being interestingly named after desserts, Google’s next mobile operating system is sure to be no exception. However, it is still unclear whether the next release will be Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or will it be a new version called Android 5 Key Lime Pie.