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Submitted by SJIND 772d ago | news

Google Makes Android 4.3 Official, Offers Multi-User Restricted Profile Accounts And Bluetooth Smart

TechCrunch - Android 4.3 isn’t an overly dramatic advancement over Android 4.2, but the new version of Google’s mobile OS announced today does bring a number of improvements that should appeal to both developers and end users. Highlights include the redesigned camera interface, general performance improvements for the OS including smoother animations, and long-awaited Bluetooth Low Energy support. (Android 4.3, Google, Software)

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SJIND  +   772d ago
All I want is a piece of Key Lime Pie...
GentlemenRUs  +   771d ago
When does it come out?
Speed-Racer  +   771d ago
It's already out.
SilentNegotiator  +   771d ago
Now add multitasking and beg adobe to come back with flash so that we don't have to wait a year to see videos on big sites and 2 more for some of the smaller ones.
kevinsheeks  +   771d ago
this very much this -_-

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