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Android O is Here; Check Out All New Features & Changes

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During Google I/O conference, Google has released the second Android O developer preview. In full conference, the most cheering shout was undoubtedly for Android. From the live presentation of the content, Android O brought the upgraded content.

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Battery Life is significant for all users, and the new features of Android O can limit the resources consumed when running in the background. For example, when the background application wants to make a location update it will provide the user with the last known location, rather than open GPS or other hardware to locate.

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In Android O these upgrades are although not so attractive, but they are necessary. A substantial increase in boot time is the case.
In the Google live show, Android O was running very fast and smooth, even if it is still a Beta version. Although it is not entirely perfect, but it at least left us a very positive first impression.

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It has simplified settings menu, these are Android O body is most obvious changes. When a new application has a notification, the UI element called the ‘Notification Point’ will appear on the application icon and automatically fit the color of the icon. You can long press it to open a second menu. You can preview notification content or clear notifications.

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Picture-In-Picture may be the smallest but most important change in Android. It allows the YouTube Red subscription user to change the content being viewed into a separate widget and place it anywhere on the screen. Google Duo video chat application also supports this feature.

We highly hope that this feature will be available to all YouTube users, and when the third-party application such as Netflix also provides support, this picture-in-picture feature should be able to quickly become popular.

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In Android O there are a lot of small changes, although they are not necessarily visible, but the user experience has indeed improved the role.

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