Google unveiled the successor of ICS, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, today at their I/O event and its SDK is already available to download, though the update will start to spread only next month. Developers would have been keenly looking for this update and now they can start their work with Jelly Bean SDK.
Jelly Bean comes with a lot new new cool features, out of which its speed and response time stands out. Comparing with ICS, Jelly Bean is far more responsive and smooth. In addition to this, Android 4.1 offers more accessibility, a new UI, enhanced Google Voice Search and more.
The devs can grab the Jelly Bean SDK from here and get your apps prepared for it, and as well as do some other interesting stuffs too. And as said, Android 4.1 update will be rolling out only by the mid of July, but limited to three devices, the Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus and Motorola Xoom and of course the Nexus 7 tablet will be shipping with Jelly Bean in it. Many others will be getting the updates later.