Flashback: thanking Android Jelly Bean for the buttery interface and multimedia improvements

As Google prepares to retire Android Jelly Bean to the great farm in the cloud where it can play with the alphabetically smaller versions, we thought this would be a good time to have a look back at a life well lived.

Jelly Bean first arrived in 2012 with Android version 4.1, but the name would stick around for two more minor releases (4.2 and 4.3). Nine years is a long time for an operating system, especially in the mobile world. Even a desktop OS like Windows 10 will stick around for only 10 years (it was introduced in 2015 and Microsoft will end extended support in 2025).


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