Tue. Aug 4th, 2020

Google Officially Releases Android 10

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Google has released a noteworthy new update to the Android 10 framework, and for the first time be available for more than just two smartphones made by Google. The new tools, put out in May at its yearly Google I/O Developer Conference, are presently accessible for download on Google Pixel telephones and the company said it would launch on the other devices later this year.

Announced in May, Android Q – known as Android 10 – trench the pudding-based names that have been utilized for variants of Google’s product for as long as 10 years including Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo and Pie. Maybe the most anticipated new highlight for the world’s most prominent cell phone operating system is gesture navigation that lets users consistently swipe among applications and the home screen. Like the iPhone X, users of Android 10 can swipe up to return home. Google also replaced the bottom bar with the left or right arrow with the ability to scroll between apps.

Android 10 also has a new dark theme, which turns the screen into a “real black” that promises to help extend battery life and be more eye-catching. It also comes with 65 new emoji designs. Additionally new is a refreshed Smart Reply highlight that currently proposes actions from your notifications. Other highlights incorporate Focus Mode, which disables applications from irritating users when they need to focus, and Live Caption, which naturally inscriptions video and web recordings. Both of these tools are as of now in beta. There are also some privacy and security features here, including the ability to share location data only with apps while in use and a new privacy section in Settings that gives you access to controls to manage your web and app history, as well as your ad settings in a slightly clearer location. With the new Google Play system updates, the company can now push critical security and privacy fixes directly to the phone from the Google Play Store, allowing it to correct issues without having to continue the system update.

Like with most recent releases, those are just some of the highlights.There are a lot of little changes, as well, and chances are you’ll see a couple of new text styles and visual changes to a great extent.

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