Google Ears Sound Search For JellyBean 4.1 Available For Download
Jellybean was announced during the Google I/O which happened last week between June 27-30 where the future of Android was discussed. Google is pretty confident about the growth and success of Android in Future. According to Google the day will soon comes when Android will be the only mobile operating platform available for the devices. Google introduced the much hyped Google Glasses that are revolutionary. Google has also announced a 7 inch Nexus 7 tablet that will be competing directly with Amazon's Kindle Fire. Finally an update to Android ICS was also released. The successor of Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean with improved UI and major updates was released.
Jellybean will be available for all ICS supported devices starting October but we are already seeing leaked roms for Galaxy Nexus and Acer's Iconia. The features of Jelly Bean like the Google Ears has already been ported to ICS and it works like a charm. Google's new service, Sound search is similar to SoundHound or Shazam which allows you to get details about a song after listening to samples. In Jelly bean you can add Google Ears widgets on your home screen that come handy when you are listening to music and want to get more details about the song.
The Good News is that if you have a Android smartphone or tablet running ICS, you can also install the free Google ears service that has been ripped from Jellybean. You don't need to worry about the compatibility issues because, the developers have already compiled it in an .apk file so all you need to do is to install the apk file and there you go. As simple as that.