Tagged as Android Nougat, the 7th version of the Android operating system is finally here.They initially released a beta version of Android 'N' last March 9, 2016 as part of the new Android Beta Program.
After numerous beta preview, Android 7.0 Nougat was formally released last August 22, 2016. As of the moment, these are the devices that are first to receive the updates - Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C, and General Mobile 4G.
The newest version of Android is as simple as it gets. Google was able to maintain their identity as performance is their priority rather than appearance. With that said, let's go ahead and check some of the new salient features of Android Nougat.
What if I tell you that you can open two apps all at once? Yes, you read it right. One of the newest and coolest feature of Android Nougat is the ability to open multiple apps in one window. This gives the user the freedom to multitask without closing and reopening another tab.
Nougat doesn't stop there. If you are not fond of multiple windows on your screen, that is perfectly fine. Android 7.0 was able to integrate a function were you can quickly switch between the current app and the last app you were using. Also, you can close all the apps that are open with their one tap method.
Remember when we used to navigate away from the current window to check our incoming emails or text messages? With Nougat, you don't have to, once you receive an incoming message, a direct reply notification will appear on top of the current app that is open.
Overall, the Android 7.0 Nougat is an upgrade to its predecessors. It might not have a flashy change with the display or appearance but it is more efficient and reliable to use compared to the previous versions.