Android 4.3 comes with a host of new features.Google added support for multi-user owned Android 4.2 but for the latest version of Android, the company also provides additional features Profiles Restricted.
This feature allows users to control access to content and applications to specific users.Android 4.3 allows you to configure the system for privacy of each application individually.
This was not possible in previous versions of Android , and allows users to toggle permissions-location, privacy, notifications, etc. – applications in and out of individual applications.
The main idea of this App Ops (this is the name of the function), is to give Android users more flexibility on the roles that can perform each application and disconnect power tracking systems or modify contacts.
This is useful, especially for parents because it can control the content that can be accessed by children.Through Android updates, Google also strengthen the presence of game.
The search engine giant improve OpenGL support for the latest version of OpenGL ES 3.0, so developers can make games better.
Latest Nexus 7 will be the first device to taste the Android 4.3. Furthermore, Google will release the latest OS for the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Samsung Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy S4 Google Edition, as well as HTC.