Tuesday, August 29

Android Oreo is the new OS for Millennials

Google officially launched Android Oreo last August 21, 2017 .This is probably one of the least exciting operating system releases in recent memory.

While the team did plenty of work on the backend, Android Oreo only includes a few noteworthy user interface updates. The highlight of this release is probably the new Notification Dots, and that sums things up pretty well.

  • It remember your logins:

Auto fill is a new built-in feature that allows third-party password managers like
Dash-lane and Last Pass to work without having to use workarounds like the Android accessibility overlays. Most of the time that works just fine, but all too often, it fails. In Android Oreo, these services will be able to push credentials, credit card info, etc. directly to apps and web forms.

  • Do two things at once, at once

Allows you to see two apps at once and and continue watching them while you perform another task on your phone or tablet.
It's like having super strength and laser vision

  • Security:

Working to keep your device and data safe from misbehaving apps by scanning over 50 billion apps per day, even the ones you haven't installed yet!.That's on top of hardened security, improved encryption support and other updates.

  • Notification Dots:

Notification Dots:

Press the notification dots to quickly see what's new, and easily clear them by swiping away.

Android Instant Apps:

Teleport directly into new apps right from your browser, no installation needed.

  • Saving Battery Life

The Android team worked hard to make the system boot up faster (almost twice as fast on a Pixel, for example) and to ensure that your battery lasts longer. That means Android now restricts apps from using too much of your battery when they are running in the background.
Whether you're talking, playing, working or streaming, you can feel confident about keeping your battery strong and full of life.

  • Express yourself : Emoji
Share the feels with a fully redesigned emoji set, including over 60 new emoji.

To sum up about android Oreo it is the millennial OS for mobiles phones and the future. 


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