Top 10 Features That We Want In Android 5.0 Jelly Bean
Many people are still sometimes energized to have Ice Cream Sandwich – Android 4.0 – within our devices, but what can we wish over the following version in the operating-system of the world’s innovative mobile phone? Let us take a review of top 10 features we want to see in Jelly Bean – Android 5.0.
1. Full Chrome:
Yes, the browser changes are welcome ICS shares, bringing the fantasy tab honeycomb and speed improvements as well. However, we are waiting on the best browser around, Google Chrome, in the fullness of Android – without restrictions. Other systems have done this just like: iOS use Safari, Internet Explorer uses Windows Mobile, so why not have Google Chrome in our beloved Android devices? Here’s hoping we do it in Android 5.0
2. File Manager:
Some manufacturers have begun to place a file manager on their phones in the ROM of securities, Samsung is one of them. I love to see how wonderful a file manager for Google would be built, and act, and work for us. We should not have to look for the Android Market for a file manager, come to Google.
The keyboard Gingerbread brought some enhancements for the standard Android keyboard, although with great keyboards like Swype and SwiftKey X – the most popular – Google will be able to bringa better keyboard. What number of you’ve got a custom keyboard set up?
4. Clear upgrade path:
Perhaps the largest change all of us need to see. I believe everybody is as tired when i watch for updates to new versions of Android, right? What i’m saying is some mobile phones remain in Froyo – Android 2.2 – 4. 0 and Android was released today and will also be available soon. I hope Google and producers can acquire this group of Jelly Bean. I don’t need to wait 8-12 months for my upgrade, and nobody else.
5. Android 5.0 Lite:
I really like the technology quickly, that is why I’ve a quad-core laptop along with a dual-core, but think about those of us people who cannot afford to purchase a fresh phone every six months? It’s unfair they can not get upgrades to new versions of Os depending on the speed of their mobile computing and size. Google, please make a light version of Jelly Bean for those of us who just bought phones now, when Jelly Bean is announced – perhaps Google I / O 2012 – we are able to move ahead.
6. User interface on / off Turns:
All HTC phones I’ve owned has had different switches available for disabled players section 4G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, etc, and that it be great if Google could put these on all Android phones, so that everyone can enjoy this genius. These switches make it much easier to try to save the battery.
7. Energy Efficiency:
Learning from Apple, which have a battery management on the iPhone, Android phones while some may not even last the whole day in moderate use. I would love to be able to get a good 18 hours out of the battery of my phone. “I know I can use my phone for almost everything, and only get about 10-12 hours is not enough to me.Yes, the battery has been improved in some recent major, but still could use more improvement.
8. The theme options:
Yes Gingerbread Ice Cream Sandwich Honeycomb and now everyone is starting to look beautiful – especially compared to Donut or Eclair – but it gives you options! Not everyone wants it all black with blue, as found in Android 4.0. Who else would like to use different colors and / or topics without roots or downloading other applications?
9. Widgets on the lock screen:
This service is available in Sense 3.0 and 3.5 in HTC devices, and love it. I wish there were more options for widgets, but I’m sure that will come with time. Now it’s time for Google, let’s see what they can do to lock screen widgets. Maybe add the weather, stocks, or a personalized clock? I like to be able to get off the notifications of the lock screen, but that does not work if you have an access code or pattern, for security reasons.
10. Faster OS:
I would like to see Google Android operating system takes the faster and lighter maybe, so we do not need dual-core processors and quad-core in our Android phone to run fast and smoothly. Android is pushing the boundaries of mobile technology unlike any other mobile OS in the world. Currently, Android is a little slower, then IOS and WP7, and I’d like to see Android hit these competitors out of the water, come Jelly Bean!
In addition, for a trip to the past, check out the screenshots below that show tremendous improvements for Android has in recent years, from Android 1.6, Android 2.1, Android 2.3, and finally to Android 4.0!
And then in Android 2. Gingerbread 3, which represents a substantial improvement in previous generations.
And now, at best, yet Android – Android 4.0! This iteration is important because Google will open the source code, and it is possibly the most advanced mobile operating system in the world. Expect a lot of improvements, increases performance and mods to come from the development community as well.
How cool is that? What do you expect in the Android store in the future? What I most look Android 4.0?
Are there other features that we missed? Tell us about them in the comments.