Android O is finally here, after all the fuss of its naming it will be known as OREO. This version of Android is a treat for the developer as in this version Google focused on improving the software part to get better stability and faster performance, hence they didn’t add many features into it, but still, the features they added are nice to have, and those were the most wanted features by fans. So check out Android O Features.
Android O Features
- Android Go: Android Go is the Google’s way of helping you be more productive and enjoy multitasking tools in your everyday use. Android Go works on Tensor Flow Lite, which assists lower powered devices to keep up with the today’s demanding processes.
- Picture In Picture: With a YouTube video playing, just tap the Home button and the video will pop into a small window that can remain on-screen as you navigate other apps on your device. Or just slide the video to terminate it.
- Notification Dots: Android O users will see a small dot that appears over top of their app icons with active notifications. Press and hold the icon with the notification dot and you’ll be able to perform various actions and view the notification without opening the app.
- Smart Selection: We talked about this earlier as well about the Rumors about Android O, so technically it’s a smarter AI like If you select a phone number, Android will automatically suggest you to Dial, similarly if you select an Adress Android will automatically open Google Maps.
- App Badges/ Animated Icons: App Icons will show the notification counts whenever there is a new notification, and we now also have Adaptive Icons built into Android O.
these were some of the main Android O features, check out what’s new in Latest Version of Android, there are also some more changes in background, like Vitals and TensorFlow, which will make the Android Run Faster and Smoother. So, now the animations in Android will be smoother.
Android O will start rolling out to the Pixel Devices, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and some other Android device soon. Other devices have to wait till OEMs develop their software and roll out the updates.
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