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Android Oreo Is Here!! How Is It Better Than Nougat?

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Android Oreo Is Here!! How Is It Better Than Nougat?

The upgrade to Android's OS is finally here! Developers should look at the updates and differences to see how it will affect their future mobile apps.

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The most-awaited Android Oreo is here. After a long time staying under Beta, Android finally launched its 8th version. There are many advanced features which are being added to this version. We’ve summarized most of these for you right here, however, there’s much more to the upcoming Android Oreo release than right now, and we will be updating you soon. Let’s start with the first one:

Notifications Can Also Be Snoozed

In Android O, this really does look like a good feature. Users will be able to simply swipe a notification and tap on the snooze icon to snooze the notification for a default time of 15 minutes (also can be done for more than that). Hence, now you can stop the notifications when you do not want them.

Notifications can also be snoozed More from “essential changes in every Android version ever,” the Settings page is seeing another overhaul, and it looks like the slide-over panel from Android Nougat didn’t go down well with the designers over at Google, because it has been booted from the Developer Preview of Android O. Also, the Settings page now opts to aggressively categorize items into broader categories, which results in a much shorter top list in the Settings list.

settings-page-android-oreoIn Nougat, shortcuts on the screen lock were not much used. Hence, this time this option is customized. With Android Oreo, Google is offering users the ability to add custom apps to those shortcuts, making them actually useful. You can now add things like “Directions to Home,” “Compose New Email,” and more to the lock screen shortcuts, making actions you take often much easier to accomplish.

custom-lock-screen-android-oreoApart from these, there are plenty of other features. For details, please have a look at this following video:


However, this is quite certain that your customers are using Android devices regardless of the versions. Hence, if you have an idea for developing a business app or an exciting game on the Android platform, we are here for you.

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nougat ,android ,mobile ,android o ,mobile app development

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