Here are eight things you need to know about the all new Android OS
Improved gaming: OpenGL ES 3.0 has been integrated into Android 4.3, which will enable developers to come up with 3D gaming apps with more details and better images.
Low power Bluetooth support: Android 4.3 brings support for Bluetooth Smart and AVRCP standards. While the former is meant for low-power devices like medical gadgets and smartwatches, the latter is used for controlling electronics like TVs and showing metadata from music tracks etc.
Notifications: Apps will be able to relay notifications to smartwatches and digital health monitors as they pop up on your Android 4.3 device.
High-quality content streaming: With Android 4.3, media apps can integrate DRM feature, thus providing access to high-quality content streaming
Restricted profiles: Google has introduced its Restricted Profiles feature with Android 4.3. Now you can create a separate profile in your tablet, which will have access to only the apps that you pick. This will also give you control over location tracking and in-app purchases.
Dialpad autocomplete: Android 4.3 introduces native support for dialpad autocomplete, a feature that suggests names of contacts as they type a number in the Dialler. This feature is already present in many Android phones due to tweaks by manufacturers.
Other features: Android 4.3 also brings improved multitasking, support for new languages, simplified setup, a Disabled Apps tab and lower latency input for gamepad buttons and joysticks.
Launch: The next-generation of Google’s popular Nexus 7 tablet, Nexus 7 2, will come pre-installed with Android 4.3, while gadgets like Nexus 4, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 have already started receiving the latest update. The recently unveiled Google Play versions of HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 will also receive the new OS soon.