Top Trending Features you can expect in Android O


Android is the world’s number one Operating System, ahead of the big giants- Windows and iOS.  Soon after the release of Android Nougat (also called Android N) in August 2016, Android is now up back with yet another version, Android O. The preview of the new OS supported devices like Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Pixel C, Nexus Player, Pixel XL and Pixel. Android O is expected to be released in August / September 2017 in UK.

We will be discussing some of the most important features you can expect in the upcoming mobile OS upgrade.

Better Performance:

Every mobile user would want their phone to run better and for longer hours. Google aims to achieve this with its newer version (Android O). The Android O has targeted areas like implicit broadcasts, location services and background services to optimize and streamline your mobile’s performance.

Handling Notification:

The thing which annoys most of the Android users is the unnecessary notifications. Multiple notifications from the same application displayed persistently have been irritating the users, so Google comes up with this new version to fix this issue. In this version, all the notifications will be grouped together to minimize the total number of notifications displayed. This new feature of Android O will allow you to manage your notification efficiently.

High Quality Music:

Google will be integrating new technologies into Android’s new version to achieve better audio transmission over simple Bluetooth connection. Thus we can expect higher quality music with Android O.

Enhanced Autofill Feature:

The Autofill feature will be better than before in Android O. You will find it easy to fill your personal information and credit card information in login forms.

Better Navigation:

Google has provided better support to navigate across Android apps in Android O. You can probably use tab and arrow keys to switch between apps.

Cached Data:

The new Operating System will manage the cached data of applications more efficiently. Every application will be provided a specific storage slot for its cached data, when a particular app’s storage space is more than allocated quota, then the system will delete the necessary disk space.

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