Earlier today was Google’s I/O Conference which saw the release of some new hardware including the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q, alongside a Google Glasses demo and some other software releases and updates, the biggest of which was of course Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Jelly Bean includes some pretty impressive new features, including performance upgrades, frameware features, new graphics and media, an updated Google Play store, new SDK’s and tools and finally notifications.

A lot of which didn’t get much detail into what this involves and is new for the OS, thankfully I/O isn’t just a conference, it’s also a developer talk which allows developers to learn how they can change their apps the work with Google’s newly announced software.

One of these developer talks is the What’s New in Android talk which goes over… Well its in the name really, check it out below it is an hour-long so get some food and drink first.

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