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Developer Preview for Android O

Just about an year after releasing а beta build Android Nougat (Android 7.0) Google has released another major version - Android O.

The O's Developer Preview runs from 21 March 2017 until the final public release to AOSP and OEMs, planned for Q3 2017.

The diagram below shows the timeline of current releases

This release is intended for developers in order to test if their applications will function properly, thus it is available for a manual download and install (flash only). The targeted devices are Nexus 5X, 6P, Player, Pixel C, Pixel, and Pixel XL, as well as the official Android Emulator and if you're building for wearables, there's also an emulator for testing Android Wear 2.0 with Android O included in the updated SDK.

The Android Runtime is faster than ever before, with improvements of up to 2x on some application benchmarks

There is the java.time API which can be used instead of widely used joda-time library.

In order to improve a user's battery life there are background limits which put additional automatic limits on what apps can do in the background.
Notification channels lets developers give users control on blocking or changing the behavior of each channel individually, rather than managing all of the app's notifications together.

There are also ways to select an autofill app, similar to the way they select a keyboard app., importing fonts as a resource type, ability to display wide gamut images (images with an embedded wide color profile), new audio codeks and others.

Stay tuned for more Android O reviews in the coming weeks!


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Say "Ok Google"
1 Say "Ok Google, text Jason that I'm running five minutes late" or say "OK Google, text Jason" and then wait for Google to ask you what to type.
2 If Google doesn't recognize your voice, open the Google app and tap the ≡ menu in the top left corner, then tap "Settings" > "Voice" > "'OK Google' detection
You’re going to want to park it for this #AndroidTip. Text with your voice in those times your hands are full… or even just because you can.
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#AndroidTip: Complement your wallpaper with custom icons. There’s no stopping the possibilities with #myAndroid:
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Swipe cards on Android
Swish and slide. With #AndroidAuto, swipe away cards for maximum focus. Download here:

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Google Assistant and Android

As Google recently stated "The Google Assistant will begin rolling out this week to English users in the U.S., followed by English in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, as well as German speakers in Germany. We'll continue to add more languages over the coming year." you may be lucky to have it on your phone with next update of Google Search app, if your phone runs Android 6 and up. Now only Google Pixel has it and when the update comes Assistant would be accessed from about 30% of active android devices.

With this update Google is one step closer to get Assistant onto every Google product. Other devices that can use the app are Google Home and Android Wear 2.0. Plans are that Assistant will soon arrive on Android Auto and Android TV.

The Assistant is more ‘human’ compared to Ok Google, because it leads a more related conversations and remembers the context. Also it can tell a joke, or play a game if you say ‘I’m feeling lucky’. It is a trivia game show with music and audience reaction sounds.

Maybe one reason only Android 6.0 and up devices receive the Assistant is that in A6.0 Google introduced the contextual API they use for Now on Tap/Assistant.

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This was teased a bit recently with the 6.13 alpha update to the Google Search app, but I'm very pleased to see Assistant officially making its way onto more devices.

Now if only it had full feature parity with Google's existing Screen Search capability...

(h/t +Scott Greenstone​) 
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