Here's how to try Android O Beta right now [Download]

Posted May 21, 2017

Many of you doesn't know that there is an app called memrise. Google has made some important changes to the system UI, specifically the Recents view, in order to facilitate improved latency and to reduce memory footprint.

Seeing as battery life is often a crucial aspect of any device, Google makes sure to cater to such concerns in the Android O. The device limits resource consumption from apps that run in the background. This obviously left quite a bitter taste in the mouths of people who preferred the "non-premium" Nexus line, although the price point for most Nexus devices - barring the Nexus 4 and 5 - was still quite up there. Additionally, the Android O also has the Smart Text Selection which provides assistance when highlighting text.

Android O was claimed as one of the crucial segment at Google I/O 2017.

Android O should also make it easier for you to handle lots of notifications from lots of apps. The Maserati Ghibli was displayed a year ago at the Google's I/O Developer Conference. A report from 9to5 Google suggests that the company wants to master low light photography. Google mentions a new Device Catalog section under Release management - this will let developers choose to a very granular degree which devices their app will support on the Play Store. The tool is created to make better use of the neural networks to give you a better overall experience. Chrome will use its Data Saver feature by default.

Read also: What's the sales strategy for Google's phone? It will allow drivers to utilize Google Maps, listen to Google partner entertainment channels, and ask Google Assistant for help - even without an Android handset present in the vehicle.

To overcome these limitations, Android Go will come bundled in all smartphones with a RAM of 1 GB and less.

Android O has changed the whole home screen look and also has divided the channels in different rows. It's about making Android leaner and more efficient for everyone. But it's the one thing Google should have developed years ago to fix Android fragmentation. With every new update, carriers and manufacturers are having to put tons of time and money into testing the new software to make sure it can be implemented across the board.

This week Google released the Public Beta download for Android O, the next new version of Android. It is so simple, so uninteresting that it has a much better chance of success. Android Go is for lower end smartphones.

Google has chosen machine language to direct this feature and the most profound fact is that the information will not be sent to the Cloud and it will kept safe. Once the code is in the hands of external vendors, all bets are off.