During last month's Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco, the company introduced the newest edition of their Android operating system, version 4.1 also known as 'Jelly Bean'. While many of the most noticeable features were discussed during the conference such as 'Google Now', Project Butter', the 'Chrome For Android' browser, and the improved voice search 'assistant' there's a host of smaller, but arguably just as important improvements that the company didn't get a chance to demo to the crowd.
Enter the Official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean 'Change Log'. Google has just released a page on its website that goes through all of the little and not so little improvements of Android 4.1 over its predecessor 4.0, 'Ice Cream Sandwich'. If you're really interested in learning all the little things that will make your Nexus 7 running on Android 4.1 special then you might want to read through it. You'll pick up on some of the cool improvements like the revamped transitions on the Calendar App or the new keyboard. You'll notice that there are several '7 inch tablet' specific improvements that are mentioned throughout.
From Accessibility to Camera and from Notifications to Networking, there's literally dozens of improvements and new features. One of our favorites is the new embedded speech recognizer which let's you do voice to text 'Voice Typing' with uncanny accuracy. You could quite literally dictate that book you had in your head without touching the keyboard. Click the link below for MUCH more and let us know in the comments which Android 4.1 improvements strike you as the coolest and most useful.