As we all know that the next big Android operating system update, Android 10. Which has been officially released as of September 3 – but only for Google Pixel phones at first.
The newest major and big update was come through as Android Q on Google Io 2019. But has been officially relaunched as Android 10.
“Be a globally operating system, That’s very important that these names are totally cleared for everyone in the world,”. Google VP of product management for Android, Sameer Samat, write in a blog. “We think this change helps make release names simpler and more intuitive for our global community.”
The Android 10 updates bring a full pack of new features and updates, which Google has mentioned on their official site for the new software.
Among all the new toys, the long-awaited system-wide dark mode (called ‘Dark Theme’) is the biggest shift from Android pie. IOS-like Gesture Navigation also added, along with privacy controls. Focus Mode for shutting notifications off when you need to get things done. There are also details on Project Mainline. This Project Mainline introduced at Google IO 2019. That enables Google to beam over-the-air security updates to phones between major updates.
What else is new with Android 10? We’ve got a working features list below, based on everything. We’ve seen on the official page, in the ongoing beta, and what we saw at Google IO.
Android 10 Features
5G promises to deliver regularly faster speeds and very low latency, Android 10 adds platform support for 5G and extends default API’s to help you take advantage of these enhancements. You can use connectivity APIs to detect if the device has a high bandwidth connection and check whether the connection is metered.
Now in Android 10 any app that plays audio can let other apps capture its audio stream using a new audio playback capture. In addition to available captioning and subtitles, the API lets you support popular use-cases like live-streaming games. Android 10 built this new capability with privacy and copyright protection in mind, so the ability for an app to capture another app’s audio is constrained, giving apps full control over whether their audio streams can be captured
Now Android 10 introduces a fully gestural navigation mode that closed the navigation bar area and allows apps to use the full screen to deliver richer, more outstanding experiences. It retains the familiar Back, Home, and Recents navigation through edge swipes rather than visible buttons. To blend seamlessly with gesture navigation, you should go edge-to-edge, drawing behind the navigation bar to create an awesome experience.
Android 10 introduced a Google family link that lets you set digital rules for your child’s access to their smartphone, tablet or Chromebook. This can inform anything from what websites they can visit and what apps they can download. To how many hours they can use their device. It allows users to sign up for an account at the age of 13 in most countries. So parents can use Google Family Link to set up accounts and devices for children younger than that.
Privacy control is a central focus in Android 10, from stronger protections in the platform to new features designed with privacy in mind. Building on previous releases. Android 10 includes extensive changes to protect the privacy and give users more control. With improved system UI, stricter permissions, and restrictions on what data apps can use.
Android 10 introduced a system-wide dark theme that’s ideal for low light and helps save battery. Users can activate a new system-wide dark theme by going to Settings or turning on Battery Saver. This changes the system UI to dark and enables the dark theme of apps that support it. You can also build a custom dark theme for your app or opt-in to a new. Force Dark feature that lets the system dynamically create a dark version from your existing theme.
Android 10 introduces many others that keep users more secure through advances in encryption, platform hardening, and authentication. By this update feature of security, not any 2nd party interfere with the user’s mobile.
Android 10 uses on-device ML to suggest contextual actions in notifications. Such as smart replies for messages or opening a map for an address in the notification. Your apps can take advantage of this feature right away, without you needing to do anything. System-provided smart reply’s. By default, the actions are inserted directly into notifications.
You can now show key system settings directly in the context of your app, through a new setting panel. A settings panel is a floating UI that you invoke to show settings that users might need. Such as internet connectivity, NFC, and audio volume
This Android is release officially. But that doesn’t mean it’s available for all phones just yet. Each OEM must develop its own version of the update for each phone. And work with carriers to release it, which can take months. Don’t be surprised if your handset doesn’t get Android 10 until 2020.
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