The battle between Android and Apple is an on-going battle. Every now and then you can find two persons involved in a debate regarding who trumps who. Various aspects of each OS are pitted against each other and the battle rages on. Android is all set for its latest release, Android 8.0 Oreo. This will be the eighth major Android release and Android users are all excited and looking forward to it.
Oreo comes packed with a myriad of new features that include easier management of apps while also imparting users with control over how notifications are handled. It might take users some time to fully interact with Oreo and discover these changes on the phone. As of now, users of latest devices will be given priority when it comes to the Oreo update.
The users who will be getting updates will be enjoying the picture-in-picture feature. The feature allows Android users to view two apps at the same time without having to shuffle between two apps. The other highlighted feature is of notification dots. Every app-related notification will be easily and readily accessible by pressing small dots. What does this mean? It means that Oreo users won’t be missing out on important notifications.
The Oreo update comes packed with enhanced security. This new feature has been integrated into Google Play and will actively provide action against the OS being compromised with malware. Oreo also comes equipped with a smarter battery usage algorithm thus results in an increased battery time. It has also sped up the boot speed and will save users from battery draining issues such as inactive apps.
Can you imagine a world without emojis? Neither can Android and has integrated dozens of new emojis into the update to make your conversations more lively and colourful. The slogan of Android 8.0 Oreo is ‘safer, smarter, more powerful and sweeter than ever’. The company has used the brand name of world famous cookies, Oreo, for this update.
We are waiting for the update to be rolled out and will return with our feedback on it soon. Got anything to add to the story? Feel free to leave comments below and check out the video below to learn more.