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Android 8.0 Oreo:- Expected to Get Google Android 8.0 Ore 11 New Better Features That Make Android

Google announced the launch of its new mobile operating system called Android 8.0 Oreo in an Eclipse-themed launch event in New York City.

Yes, the next version of sugary snack-themed Android and the successor to Android Nougat will now be known as Android Oreo, the company revealed on Monday.



Google has maintained the tradition of naming its Android operating system by the names of alphabetically-ordered sugary delights beginning with Android Cupcake and followed by Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow and Nougat.



 good news is that the Android team has brought several significant features to your smartphone and tablet with the release of Android Oreo to make its mobile platform more secure, fast, power efficient and offer better multitasking.

The new updated mobile operating system, which has been available for the last few months in developer beta, will arrive on your Android devices by the end of this year.

Android 8.0 Oreo, Android Oreo Release Date: When does Android Oreo come out?

During its I/O keynote, Google said Android O would come in late-summer 2017, which is the same time frame it gave us last year with ‘N’ – eventually known as Android Nougat.

As a result, we predicted the final Android Oreo build would be made available by the end of August, and that proved to be the case, with Google officially unveiling Android Oreo at its August 21 ‘Eclipse’ event in New York City.

However, while Android Oreo has been announced, it’s still in the final stages of carrier testing, so you’ll have to force the update if you want it right away – or wait a short amount of time until it starts arriving automatically OTA.

Keep reading to learn more about which devices Android Oreo is coming to and how to download it today.

Android Oreo Compatible Devices: When will my phone get Android Oreo?

Now that Android Oreo is out in the wild, we know exactly which devices it will be coming to first – and they’re the same phones and tablets you could download the Android O developer preview for.

Plus, per-release leaks gave us a good idea of when Android Oreo might start dropping on other handsets.

So far, we know that the Android Oreo will be arriving OTA on:

  1.     Nexus 5X
  2.     Nexus 6P
  3.     Google Pixel
  4.     Google Pixel XL

New Android Oreo  Ty's:-  


1. Google extension for android Install From Unknown Sources' SettingAndroid 8.0 Oreo has completely changed the way this feature works, bringing a much smarter and safer system called "Install other apps," in which user has to manually permit 3rd-party app installation from different sources.

2. Autofill API Framework - 

Android 8.0 Oreo brings a built-in secure AutoFill API that allows users-chosen password manager to store different types of sensitive data, such as passwords, credit card numbers, phone numbers, and addresses—and works throughout the entire system.

3.Picture-in-picture

Android 7.0, Android TV users can now watch a video in a pinned window in a corner of the screen when navigating within or between apps. Picture-in-picture (PIP) mode lets apps run a video activity in the pinned window while another activity continues in the background. The PIP window lets users multitask while using Android TV, which helps users be more productive.

It happens with me a lot of times, and I really get annoyed that if I'm watching a video, I can only watch that video and can’t do anything on other apps simultaneously. But this would not be a problem in Android 8.0 Oreo.

With Android Oreo, you can view a YouTube video while reading through a report in Word or be chatting on WhatsApp on your Android device—thanks to Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature.

PIP is one of the biggest features in the latest version of Android. If you open an app and start playing a video, just press the home button, which will shrink the video down to the bottom-right corner of your screen while the rest of the app disappears.

Now you can open any app and do other activities, while the video continues in the background. You can even move the video along the border of your screen, just like the Facebook Messenger icons, and tapping on the video will expand the video back into full-view.

4. Google Play Protect

Android Oreo has been developed keeping 'Security' in mind, with Google cracking down on the fastest-growing problem of Android malware with a new anti-malware tool called Google Play Protect.

Google Play Protect for Android devices consists:
  1.     App scanning
  2.     Anti-Theft Measures
  3.     Browser Protection
     "Play Protect is built into every device with Google Play, is always updating, and automatically takes action to keep your data and device safe, so you don't have to lift a finger," Dave Burke, Vice President of engineering at Google said.

Play Protect helps in detecting and removing harmful applications with more than 50 billion apps scanned every day.

5. Wi-Fi Aware (Neighborhood Aware Networking — NAN)- 

Android 8.0 (API level 26) and higher, Wi-Fi Aware provides the ability to discover and connect directly to each other without any other type of connectivity between them, such as Wi-Fi Access Point or Cellular. Wi-Fi Aware is also known as Neighbor Awareness Networking or NAN.


Wi-Fi Aware is basically a combination of WiFi Direct and Nearby features to offer more reliable connection compared to Wi-Fi P2P, allowing users to share data at high speed with a longer distance communication compared to Bluetooth.

Wi-Fi Aware API gives app developers a great opportunity to create awesome apps based on the communication between nearby devices.

6. Android Instant Apps
Android 8.0 Oreo, you can now access a range of Instant Apps without downloading them .

First unveiled in May 2016, a new feature called Android Instant Apps is now available for more than 500 million devices globally, allowing users to launch certain apps within Google Play without having to download them.

Users can access Android Instant apps with a single click on a URL, just like a web page.





 


This feature could be more useful for those who are running out of storage space on their phone, wants to use an app for just once or intends to take a demo before installing the full version.


7. Battery-Saving Background Limits
Android 8.0 Oreo, developers can develop apps that could listen for a broad range of system broadcasts or changes on an Android device such as WI-Fi turning on or a picture being taken, which negatively impact system performance and battery life.

Now, with Android Oreo, Google has blocked apps from reacting to "implicit broadcasts" and carrying out certain tasks when they are running in the background in an effort to enhance the battery life of Android device.

Besides this, Android Oreo will also limit some background services and location updates when an app is not in use.

For example, if music app is playing music in the background, it will not be affected, but it will limit Instagram that doesn't need to be refreshing your feed from running in the background, allowing apps to use less power and wake up occasionally to start its services.

8. AI-based Smart Text Selection

Android Oreo brings the 'Smart Text Selection' feature, which uses Google's machine learning to detect when something like physical addresses, email addresses, names or phone numbers is selected, then automatically suggests the relevant information on other apps.

For example, if double tap text and select an address of a restaurant your friend sends you, Google's AI-based machine learning will figure out what you want and automatically launch directions with maps.

The Assistant feature can perform the same, but it's always good to have multiple options to solve the same problem.


 9. Notification Dots (Limit notifications)This feature is something I needed badly, as I really get annoyed by so many notifications I receive on a daily basis.

With Android Oreo, this won't be an issue. Oreo introduces Notification Dots that offers you to manage each app individually with "fine-grained control," allowing you to control how many notifications you see and how they come through.

For example, in case of any news app, you will be able to select what areas you are interested in hearing about.

So, to check your notifications, you simply need to tap the three notification dots.

 10. Find my Device

Google has introduced a new feature, called Find my Device, which is a similar feature to Apple's Find my iPhone and allows people to locate, lock and wipe their Android devices in the event when they go missing or get stolen

New Emoji and Downloadable Fonts- 
Android Oreo introduces 60 new emoji and a redesign of the current "blob" characters. The update also offers new co lour support to app developers and the ability to change or animate the shape of icons in their apps.

The "Downloadable Fonts" feature in Android Oreo is not for the end user, and instead, this feature is meant for app developers, allowing them to release their apps without packaging fonts inside. The fonts can then be downloaded by the app from a shared provider and support library.

This same implementation also supports "Downloadable Emoji," so users can get updated emoji without just being limited to the emoji built into the device.


Android 8.0 Oreo - Android 8.0 Oreo update rollout have been confirmed by phones makers such as OnePlus, Lenovo, Asus, and HTC, while the likes of Samsung, Moto, Nokia are yet to confirm the same.  

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