Everything You Must Need To Know About Android 9 Pie or Android Pie
In the coming year, as the new upgraded versions came that changes the entire look and feel for better and here as the Pie came in the market it came with the biggest changes in the way Android looks.
These changes include a collection of new movement animations, a more colorful interface and rounded edges up to point on everything.
Android Pie is rolling out currently and is jam-packed with all sorts of new features from new gesture navigation to extended battery life and upgraded UI elements and many more that aim to make this as the great version of Android.
Some of the Top List Features Of Android Pie:
A Very new Gesture Navigation buttons introduced by google occupy the same space as the traditional three buttons home, back and overview but the Home button is now a pill-shape that moves.
This Gesture navigation is not activated by default, to activate the same you need to go to Settings > System > Gesture > and Toggle the Swipe up on the home button option.
The overview button has gone but the back button still appears when needed.
Powered by Artificial Intelligence:
Android 9.0 Pie has brought a number of features that are powered by AI – Artificial Intelligence and the purpose behind these are a general quality of life improvements.
An App action is a new feature that is built into the app drawer and suggests the actions that are based on typical smartphones habits. Other additions are more focused on the background but just as handy.
The adaptive brightness is amazing as it automatically changes the way it suits your personal preferences after learning how you like your brightness in different surroundings.
Adaptive battery works on which apps and services that you care about and make sure to supply the maximum power to them.
In Android 9.0 Pie, one of Google’s major spotlights is Digital Wellbeing, which ensures that your phone works for you and not the other way around.
Day by day Google is implementing so many numbers of features that let users limit the time to spend on their phones and observe where they have spent the most time and wind down before bed.
Using the new Wind Down Mode user can tell Google Assistant your bedtime and it automatic put your phone DND – Do Not Disturb mode and switch the screen to gray-scale for a period of time which encourages users to put the phone down before bed.
Digital Wellbeing features are not available yet but on Google Pixel device you can access the beta version as it will officially roll out later with support for android one devices.
Oreo gave us the ability to connect two different BlueTooth speakers at the same time and now Android 9.0 Pie is going better with the ability to chain together up to five different Bluetooth speakers at once and incoming calls will be sent to anyone of the speakers capable of handling calls.
It also remembers the volume at which you left each Bluetooth speaker so when resuming the same plays at the same volume when you next connect the phone.
A new setting that came up with Android 9.0 Pie is that setting that attempts to end the delay between your earphones and your device, the only required thing is that earphones should support Google’s new sound delay reporting.
Multi-Camera Support :
Android 9.0 Pie came with similar features like Nokia that widely available on most Android smartphones, that allow developers to access streams on multiple phone cameras concurrently.
The impact is that for the developers it became easy to create a third-party app with something similar like Nokia’s Dual-Sight.
Notch Support :
Top-notch has become worldwide on smartphones after Apple introduced the top-notch with the iPhone X.
With Android 9.0 Pie that offers native cutout support and these improves the way apps render on your phone, not just this also ensures that no content is lost on streaming apps like Hulu or YouTube.
Improved Privacy :
Google always tries to work on the user privacy part at the best level and with improving skill the new OS version Android 9.0 Pie will restrict access to the phone’s camera, microphone, and other sensors.
This means that whenever an app is either running in the background or idle than any of the phone’s sensors other than GPS get unable and if the app requires a sensor while running than it will show enduring notification on your phone.
So, Here we have covered all the required things that you need to know about the Android 9.0 Pie and still there are various features that we can get to know once we get started using it. If we talk about the company Google than it does not end with PIE.
The 2019 aim of the company is to release the spotlight OS ‘Android Q or Android 10’. Currently, android Q is in beta and its public beta version is available for some of the devices like Google Pixel.
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