OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 get Google Assistant
- Author: Kyle Warner Mar 27, 2017,
Mar 27, 2017, 0:52
Android device already supports a host of password managing apps, but it's making the service better by integrating support for auto fill tabs with these apps.
A few days back Google announced that its Google Assistant, the AI based feature would be available for all Android devices.
The new software that was released by Google is, of course, meant for developers only and Google stresses that it is in no way meant to be used for regular consumers. These notification badges are the small numbers that you see on apps like mail and messages that show number of unread messages.
Like rumored before, Android O will add the picture-in-picture mode along with a host of other additions. Google's tried to improve this by naming and shaming companies who were being slow, but that didn't do much in the end.
On March 21st Google released the developer preview of the latest version of the Android operating system, code-named Android O. The new version is focused more on under the hood refinements and optimizations. We're just scratching the surface on what Android O brings to the table, but one of the new things that has been discovered is a whole new look for persistent notifications, and it's awesome...
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If you're building for wearables, says Google, there's also an emulator for testing Android Wear 2.0 on Android O.
Going by the pace at which Xiaomi has been seeding new firmware to its devices, it appears like most of its eligible handsets will receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update later than expected, and perhaps even after the unveiling of Android O.
The Android O Developer Preview has simplified the way in which custom ringtones, alarm sounds, and notification sounds can be assigned.
Blame Google or not, but Android has long lagged behind Apple when it comes to mobile malware protection. The new LG G6 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 line have it, and, now, so do two other popular flagships. Google plans to tackle the battery life by limiting what apps can do in the background.
Although the Android update process covers all devices running Android KitKat 4.4.4 and later, which accounts for 86.3 percent of all active Android devices worldwide, it's a sure bet that updates still depend on geographic location, carrier, and manufacturer.