Google Android Oreo: There Is More To It

The company has announced a new feature called Google Lens, which uses image recognition and your smartphone’s camera to give you information about whatever you’re looking at.

Additionally, Android O will also come with TensorFlow Lite tech, some pertinent security enhancements, new developer tools, and a new programming language. If you don’t need Android Pay, we recommend going for it, but being prepared to roll back if necessary.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates! All through, Android notifications were found in the same place, but the 2017 Android version wants to make a switch thanks to Notification Dots. Users will be easily able to view notifications by long pressing an app’s respective icon.

Android O will introduce picture-in-picture which allows YouTube Red users to carry on watching a video while they do other things. Besides this, there is also a new feature called Smart Text Selection which improves copy and pastes through machine learning.

Google Account: To use Google Assistant on an iPhone employees will need to sign-in with their Google account.

If you own a top-of-the-range Android device you won’t ever be using Android Go’s features, but for those who can’t afford dazzling phones it makes a lot of sense to bring the highlights of Android O to those on tighter budgets. In addition to the OS, it’s integrated in Google apps like YouTube and Chrome and a lighter Google Play Store.

Despite releasing its voice-activated speaker almost two years after its rival the Amazon Echo, Google slowing bridging the gap with the announcement of a host of new features for its Home device. As a result, the battery power is reduced and the device’s performance remains good. It will act as a new security system that keeps devices, data and apps safe, the company said.

Google is now coming up with a latest I/O project “Android Go”. Interestingly, Google is also adding Bluetooth support on Google Home to play audio from any Android or iOS device in the future.

Interestingly, Android Police also spotted the arrival of user-defined customisable shortcuts in the Google Home app. You’ll be able to say things like “Ok Google, send $10 to Jane for pizza”, and a connected debit card will send the payment through. On your Google Home or Android device, it’s as simple as saying “Ok Google, send $10 to Jane for pizza”. Android O is available now as a developers preview.

As expected, the Google I/O 2017 has marked the beginning of the official Android O public beta program. This version should be more stable and easier to install. Are you excited about the Android Go and if yes, then why? It will be made available first to Nexus and Pixel devices.

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