• Android Pie to arrive with optimized storage and faster boot times

    3 monthes ago - By GSMArena

    Google unleashed the Android 9.0 Pie at the beginning of the month with a bunch of new features and polished design. Today the company introduced the Go edition of the new OS and the improvements it would bring to ultra-affordable smartphones in developing markets. According to the official blog post, the new OS has a 500MB smaller footprint, the boot is faster and more secure and will offer a dashboard for tracking and monitoring data consumption.
    The phones with Android Oreo and the upcoming devices that will be with the Pie variant have some lite pre-installed apps...
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  • Google: Expect Android Pie Go on new phones this fall with more storage space

    Google: Expect Android Pie Go on new phones this fall with more storage space

    3 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    Google plans to release the Go edition of Android Pie this fall, as the full version reaches beta-program devices.
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  • Taskbar 4.0 Update Restores Freeform Windows On Android Pie

    Taskbar 4.0 Update Restores Freeform Windows On Android Pie

    3 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Taskbar, a utility that turns your Android into a desktop PC, has been updated to version 4.0, and now devices running the newest version of Android can take advantage of its freeform windows feature. The feature did not work with Pie at first because the new OS had completely done away with the calls previously used to invoke freeform window mode. XDA Developers member and Taskbar developer farmerbb dove into Android 9 Pie's code and found that freeform windows were still available, but were now part of a per-app window type calling feature. He routed Taskbar's call to this new Android...
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  • Android 9 Pie : New features and more options this fall

    Android 9 Pie : New features and more options this fall

    3 monthes ago - By Official Android

    We believe everyone across the globe should have powerful, high-quality device experiences. That's why we introduced Android last year, with the goal to provide a fast and smooth experience optimized for first-time and entry-level smartphone owners. We welcomed our first wave of Android phones this April, and now there are more than 200 devices available in 120+ countries including India, South Africa, U.S., Nigeria and Brazil. We also continued to refine the core operating system and have added a variety of new useful features to apps like Google Go, YouTube Go, Files Go and more. Whether...
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