Top Three Tricks Worth Exploring With Google's Latest Treat, Android Nougat 7.0
2016's big Android update has been slowly rolling out to more and more devices since its late summer release. Android 7.0 Nougat doesn't radically change the way the system looks on the intersurface, however, just one layer below it's a very different, and shockingly much-improved experience.
Google has brought back some of the feature-richness which used to separate Android from iOS. Getting to grips with all of the new bits may take a little while. Moreover, these Android 7.0 Nougat tips and tricks will give you a head start.
The Better battery performance
Android 7.0 has become more complicated in order to try to make things faster day-to-day if that makes sense. One example is, you can now look at a battery drain graph just by simply tapping the battery icon in the drop-down menu. As well as telling you the battery percentage, it can also show an estimate of how much longer the battery will last. Talking about practicality, there's also a Battery Saver switch in this pop-up. This limits background data, location services, and throttles the CPU to make the battery last longer
The DAYDREAM Experience
One of the most exciting and interesting new parts of Android is something that isn't in the system just yet. It's Daydream, Google's new VR platform. It will work with Google Cardboard, the existing standard that generally uses a cheap headset into which your phone slots. Moreover, there's also a Daydream controller that will allow the sort of control and interaction you get with for some instance, an HTC Vive.
The Split screen viewing
Perhaps the headline feature of the Android 7.0 Nougat upgrade is the choice to have two apps running side-by-side on screen or at the top and bottom. Usually, makes the most sense for those of you with an Android tablet. Also, it can come in handy on bigger phones too. Hit the Overview or square button to see the multitasking screen, then drag a window title bar to snap it to the side or the top of the display and you can be able to choose another to go alongside it. Simply, adjust the central black bar to resize the windows as required.
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