Android 4.3 confirmed, may bring synchronization of applications between devices
May 13, 2013 at 11:00
They reach us new information on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the new version of the Google operating system that will surely be presented at the next I / O conference. In the first place, there is no longer any doubt given that mentions of this version have appeared on the AOSP website (Android Open Source Project). Secondly, it is likely that our application data will be stored in the cloud for synchronization between devices.
Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie will have to wait, however, the improvements that 4.3 will bring will be notable and will be an important advance in the user experience. We already talked about three of them that had to do with the connectivity and autonomy, with graphic performance and with the Messenger service.
These three areas are juicy for the imagination, on the contrary, the results when we do a search with the Android 4.3 criterion on the AOSP website are relative to the security enhancement that will bring. This is an aspect that is always tried to improve in each update and that perhaps is not as colorful as the new services, in spite of its importance.
The other is a deduction that can be made from both the recently leaked Google Play Games and the latest version of Google Play Services. We refer to the possibility of synchronize your application data between devices being able to save your information in the cloud by linking them to our account with the company. This resource is central to the Mountain Games Android games platform and, in addition, if we see the synchronization settings of the aforementioned service we see that there is a box that indicates Application Data.
If confirmed this would mean ending that absurdity that happens in some applications where we have a different development on each device: this is very common with some apps for tablet and smartphone.
Source: The Free Android