On Wednesday Google showed off the latest features in the latest iteration of Android, the most popular mobile operating system in the world. Those people who have been paying close attention Google’s Android, those demos by Google were no surprise. I/O was used by Google to give its first look at changes to Android. This year, first time Google preview version of the software months earlier, in Months. The idea was to give developers even more time to get acclaimed with the new software.
This idea was for developers even more time to get acclimated with the new software. New features comprise a split-display view that lets you run more than one app simultaneously. You will be able to reply texts directly from a notification, instead of having to stop what you’re doing and go to the texting app. New features include a split-screen view that lets you run more than one app simultaneously. You’ll also be able to reply texts directly from their notification instead they stop what you are doing and go to the texting app.
This software also includes battery saving feature called Doze on the Go. When Google released Android Marshmallow last year, it unveiled a feature called Doze. It puts a halt to the background computing your phone needs to be sitting completely still. With Android N’s Doze on the Go, your phone can take that break even if it’s moving as it is sitting in your pocket. With all new features it matters also that if most users never get them. While Google makes Android, it does not make the mobile cells that use.
Instead, it relies on other handset that includes Samsung, LG and HTC to make the hardware. But that means Google doesn’t have too much power that for new versions of Android—it’s at the mercy of wireless carriers including Version and AT &T and device makers. The next version of android is slated to arrive on smart-phones and on tablets this.