The new OS Android Q is not ready to release but some people who love new experiences they already installed its beta version and found some interesting features in this latest OS of Google.
Google has announced more features at its annual developer conference. From the more robust security settings to advanced digital wellbeing features, Google's next major platform release is looking forward to seeing a lot.
|| 5G Network
Once you have this version of your mobile operating system, you will be able to connect to your carrier's available 5G network as soon as your phone comes out with the necessary components.
|| Foldable phone support
Foldable smartphones do not seem like a thing now. However, Android Q will be optimized to work with this next generation device. Some of the new features include the continuation of the app that lets you launch an application on the main screen and open it to continue what you are about to do and allow multiple apps to be paused with the better multi-scanning capability and to resume once.
|| Smarter Replies
The smart answer feature will be able to predict what you will do next. For example, if someone sends you a message with an address or a restaurant name, a smart answer will provide a link to the Google Maps app to help you start navigating it to the right people. This is a simple way to proceed without copying and pasting addresses, then tap the screen around the screen that you want to use.
|| Security and privacy controls
Android settings panel including a new front-and-center privacy module, the Android app panel, any apps, and services, with the grudge of settings to access your data. There will also be a new permission option that lets you choose how and when to share data and other content with Google and other third-party applications.
|| Timely Security patch updates
Project Mainline, a new initiative from Google to push out security patches to more phones by distributing updates directly through the Google Play Store—where you already get your app updates. Project Mainline will be limited in what it updates, but it’ll include things like network permissions, time zone data, and media codecs.
|| Focus mode
Android Q’s Focus mode, a part of Digital prosperity, enables you to choose the apps you discover most distracting—messaging apps, news apps, apps perpetually pinging you regarding daily deals—and silences them till you opt that you’re able to deal. You’ll be ready to opt for that apps and that of us are allowed through once you’re attempting to concentrate.
|| Built-in parental controls
Family Link will no longer be another app for parents to grab from the Play Store. Instead, it will be standard with Android Q and will be available for customization within the device settings. It will offer better control for parents hoping to cut on the kids with every trend during the elite screen. When you start with Android Q, you'll be able to set a time limit for your child's very emotional app to finish the homework with that "bonus time" for that emotion.
|| Hey Google, let’s drive
Android Auto and Android embedded got a big change this summer. The most important phone, however, will be the version of Android Auto, which will no longer be a separate app. Instead, you have to call it through Google Assistant, so you can say something like "Hey Google, Come Drive" to pop up the new Optimized Driving Mode. The new driving mode has a slow interface, which is hidden behind another menu, with all the information you need in a small scroll.
|| What to eat at a new restaurant
A new feature that comes in the pipeline will help you do things like knowing what to eat in a new restaurant, "What's good here?". With the help of Google lens, you will be able to snap a photo in a physical menu and Google will highlight the most popular items of that particular locale, based on its review database. Google lenses will be able to share a bill or count a tip that you can read signs and other texts for people after snaping a photo you receive and for people who can read the printed language.
|| Live captions
One of the most amazing features of Android Q will provide audio and video for hearing power. Live Captions will enable real-time transcription of what is being said on the screen regardless of the application you are using. People hoping to catch up on podcast hosts said that this feature can be used for the clarification of the line, but those who are hard for hearing can use live captions to replicate private videos. Above all, there is no need to have an internet connection to use this feature, because transcription is processed locally on the device instead of the cloud.
Gesture smartphone circuits are controversial because users do not always appreciate them. However, the idea of using a gesture to navigate the operating system, as the phones are growing up and adopting side-to-side displays, seems to be a clear evolution. Google initially indicates Android pies and they will become more refined in the Android question. Instead of the standard three-or two-button layout features in the navigation bar, you will use a swipe-up gesture to go to the Home screen, then swipe up and drag across to switch to the multitasking view. And instead of tapping the button to return to a page, you can swipe across the screen to switch between apps, then swipe from the home screen to publish the application drawer.
|| Dark Mode Everywhere
If you have ever watched your phone at night's death and feel yourself, "Dang, this path is very bright" you can be very excited by this next new feature. Dark Mode has prolonged features in the Android operating system and is now coming in system-wide, which provides dark themes for everyone in Google's core application. Third-party applications must be implemented manually. The bold mode battery is also useful for life saving, especially for devices that display the bright OLED games. It's very easy to activate: drag the Quick Settings menu, then tap the setting to switch the interface from white to black.
So this is the most interesting features since now declared by google. Hope you enjoyed this article. Thanks for your time.
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