It's funny, but for some reason Google's newest update to Jelly Bean, version 4.2 has never been detailed with a full official changelog from them. They didn't even come out with just an official press release detailing some of the main highlights. For the most part, we have been left to flounder around and find what's new and different for the last few weeks. Luckily, they finally got around to sharing the official details with us in a new changelog. It's a rather long list, because it includes many of the changes going from ICS to Jelly Bean; however, we do have a small few highlights to share,
- A completely redesigned camera app with HDR features
- A new photo editor
- A redesigned clock with a stopwatch
- A new gesture-based keyboard
- “TalkBack,” screen reader function
- A new timer, world clock, the much more
Heres the link to see the entire change. It is actually surprising to see how much is new from one version of Jelly Bean to the next.
Thanks for the many tips today, grenefroggie!
Source: Google's Android.com