How Android Pie can Change the Way to Use Your Phone

How Android Pie can Change the Way to Use Your Phone
How Android Pie can Change the Way to Use Your Phone

Google is running the latest version of its operating system for phones around the world - starting with its pixel devices.

Although Google officially launched the rollout on Monday, most people will not be able to see their phone updates this week. The company started pushing the update of its phone, as well as introduced models from smartphones manufacturers including Sony, compulsory, xiaomi and Vivo . Google did not specify from time to time when it comes to other phone manufacturers; This is a decision which is ultimately up to each phone company. In the past, it has taken months to reach the Android ecosystem - in fact, the last Google Android OS was released in February 2018 and currently according to Google's Metrics Android phones are running at 12 percent.

However, as the world's most influential operating system, the change in Android predicts how most of the world in the world will use their phones in the future. Here are some important things to know about Android Pie:

AI? Aye: Google is very clear that it sees the future lies in developing better artificial intelligence in the future. The proof of that belief is on Android Pie, its features that read your battery consumption and adjust your needs, for the "Adaptive Brightness" feature which is similar to the intensity of your screen.

Google is also working on its digital assistant - Google Assistant - to give people better answers to their questions and to give more hands-on control over their phones. Those small aids are also visible in text form, what Google has said to the app action. App actions will automatically suggest activities for you based on the time of day and work done prior to your phone.

Google offers this example: "Say this Tuesday morning and you're preparing for your trip: tasks like navigating to work on Google Maps or resume an audiobook with Google Play Books. The small hints will appear just below the search bar on your app's page.

Finding your way: Android pie also plays some cosmetic changes in some parts, which makes it easy to search through your phone. The biggest change in the way Android looks are the navigation system, which is now an on-screen software button instead of three icons working as an Android guide in the past.

With a button, Android users will now need to swipe to see their recently used apps, or switch back to the last app they have open.

Digital Wellness: Google has also introduced a set of its own tools so that people can be informed about how they are using their phones. These devices are still in early testing, even for those who are capable of downloading the operating system. Google said in a blog post that they will launch entirely in "fall" but did not give a specific time limit. For those who want to sign up for Beta, they will see features like a detailed breakdown about using special apps specifically. They will have access to features like "Wind Down" mode, which will keep your phone in black and white at the time of the specified bed.

A deep piece: Android Pie will also have a new feature called App Slice. (Yes, it is intended). A "piece" is essentially a preview of an app: Type something like "Lyft" in the search bar, and you will see the cost and time estimate for the ride without opening an app. It looks like you get to the app quickly, but your phone's navigation also comes through the search bar - instead you flip through the pages of the app. It will start later this year.

Overall, Android picks a lot about how to navigate our phone - which also gives Google the ability to touch your smartphone experience - with app actions, to eliminate some swiping and tapping, search and All become addicted with the voice.
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