Top 5 Android O Features | Developer Review - 3xploi7 BuG

Top 5 Android O Features | Developer Review

5 Android O Features Latest

Top 5 Android O Features | Developer Review - hey wait up guys I'm  here a b c d e f g h i j k l m n oh we're like halfway through the alphabet already Google is moving pretty fast so either way Android Oh Developer Preview is out now it's been out for a little bit it's

been announced we have a logo we don't have a name it's always a desert theme I would guess it's Oreo but I'm always wrong so your guess is as good as mine either way it appears to be a pretty incremental update so it's not the huge

massive overhaul you would have heard about it already if it was but there are some new stuff and we'll go over that but for the most part so mostly behind the scenes update stuff you might not have even noticed if you weren't

familiar with a previous version of Android but that doesn't mean there isn't some cool stuff to cover so this is your

Top 5 new features of Android 

 5 is your lockscreen customization so this actually lives in

the system UI tuner which is a new feature added with android marshmallow and it's kind of hidden like developer options but once you unhide it it holds some pretty cool stuff that I hope sticks around or even graduates from the

system UI tuner into more visible main features so the lockscreen shortcut customization you know how long the lockscreen you have the swipe up from the left to open your voice control or swipe up from the right to get to your

camera this actually lets you change those shortcuts to whatever app you want so if you have some favorite apps that you launched a lot more often you can go through literally all the apps on your phone and pick your favorites and that

will swipe up to unlock into whatever app you choose so I can be pretty useful if you text a lot or tweet a lot or snapchat a lot whatever you pick those shortcuts will be on the bottom and I think that's pretty neat now number

4. is what I would call contextually aware text selection dialog 

it's a terrible name but it's way cooler than actually sound so you know how whenever you select any text just plain text on Android you get a couple options the

copy or cut or paste or select all well now this selector is actually context aware so if you highlight an address a Google Maps link will actually appear and you can hop right into Google Maps just from that selection so if you have

someone texting you a phone number you highlight that phone number it gives you a link to call that number immediately so that's kind of convenient stuff it's recognizing I'm hoping it'll also work when I highlight a link it will be able

to open that up into my web browser but usually that's just a hyperlink anyway but either way pretty cool stuff I'm happy

3 is a little bit of customization with the navigation

buttons down at the bottom we've seen this built into a couple of third-party skins but this is also in system UI tuner so you can now choose between a compact which put them all the middle or a left-leaning or right-leaning set of

buttons so people with big phones and small hands will find that easier to reach from one side with one-handed use and then you can also add an extra button or two on the bottom that's stayed permanently there so a clipboard

button is an example not sure if it's for copy and paste functions or just a permanent place to view your clipboard because it's not fully functional here yet but the president is set and it's pretty cool I'd like to be able to add

my own button there whatever I want

2 is a refreshed notifications panel

 this is a subtle one it's definitely a visual one and you'll notice it if you've seen previous versions of Android the icons up top and

the quick settings are now a little bit cleaner there's some new icons up there too two thin lines underneath from toggles but also check out that slick new animation for revealing from the icons as you swipe notifications down

that is pretty hot then you have a couple new notification behaviors seems like you get a little bit more complex every time and I would be true but it's not too crazy this time first of all the battery percentage is revealed with one

swipe instead of two I really like that because I like seeing my actual percentage instead of just trying to guess based on how full the bar is and then you can do a half swipe over on a notification to snooze notifications

from specific apps for some time so this might low-key be one of the most underrated features so let's say you just dropped a fired tweet your phone is blowing up with all these to our notifications instead of muting your

whole phone you can snooze just your Twitter notifications for say 15 minutes and that will still allow you to not miss any calls or any emails or any other notifications the one that's done it'll come back I think that's pretty

awesome my only complaint here is I wish the half swipe was a little bit easier it's still way too easy to accidentally do the full swipe and then you just dismiss the notification completely and you can't get that back I did that a lot

but I still really like the ability to snooze notifications from just a single app that is really cool to see now the last one

1 is a whole new Settings app

 and this one is maybe the only actual big redesign in the entire

top 5 is the new Settings app is a lot cleaner it's visually overhaul I think the old settings apps and even other phones besides the pixel was starting to get a bit overwhelming with the sidebar and the tons of settings but

now it's a lot simpler looking and it's a much shorter list and the slide-out menu is gone as well overall it's a shorter top-level list but you can still dive more into the actual settings or just use the search

bar just to get to stuff that you know is there it's black and white now as well and also some of the pages like the storage information readout look a lot cleaner plus they give you that big important visual up top that is pretty

helpful same thing with like the battery settings for example it still breaks down by your most used apps but you still get that big clean graphic up top for the percentage and estimated time left and power management tools but yes

that's it there you have it those are the top five at least from what we know right now best new features in Android oh don't know the name yet like I said but we'll be finding that out pretty soon and it's a Developer Preview so

this is still evolving there will be new versions of it and it will probably be new features added in the next couple months before it becomes official and rolls out the phones like you don't get these huge overhaul updates every couple

months or it'll be a little bit crazy and obviously still most phones don't have the latest version of Android already yet so this will be rolling out slowly but from what we've seen what is your favorite new feature let me know

thank you
Kunjungi terus " 3xploi7 " nantikan Update Terbaru
Jangan Sampai Ketinggalan ya
Lihat Juga :

Ada pertanyaan? Silahkan komentar

Posting Komentar

Tambahkan komentar disini

Iklan Atas Artikel

Iklan Bawah Artikel