Android 4.3, A Sweeter Version Of Jelly Bean For Android Application Developers

23/09/2013 10:08

Android 4.3 has come with good news for the Android application developers who are spending their greater time to find out some new tools and techniques to make their Android app development project unique and innovative for the modern folks. Among the many new features, Android developers are concentrated on the only performance optimization related features because user experiences are matter more than other technical superiorities in this fiercely competitive smartphone and tablet market.

However, share of Android devices is touching new picks every year, the quick adoption rate for new Android OS is remains little so this time Google has focused on the particular devices and gradually extending its support for other devices as market digesting new OS. Android application developers are now more serious about the Android development and creating large-scale applications with paid versions so they can see some good fortune in the Google Play.Android Application developer

Like previous versions, this Android 4.3 has vsync timing, triple buffering, CPU input boost and hardware accelerated 2D rendering for game lovers. At present, Android app developers are looking good fortunes in the creation of performance focused applications for smartphones and tablets. They are utilizing optimized stream of drawing commands and multithreading across multiple CPU cores to perform desired tasks in custom Android application programming.

In line of performance improvements Android 4.3 also brings improved rendering of shapes and texts where excellent rendering of multiple fonts or complex glyph sets (CJK) where you can find excellent rendering quality of drop shadows. You can find fast buffer allocation for images through window buffer allocations. Graphics designers are in win-win situations since Android 4.3 is supporting OpenGL ES 3.0 through Khronos OpenGL ES 3.0 support and related EGK extensions using framework APIs or native API bindings by NDK.


Recent release of Android 4.3 is highly promising technology for mobile app developers due to its performance optimization focus. All improved features and functionality of Android 4.3 is leading Android developers in new directions of Android application output.