Android 8.0(Oreo) is the latest android platform which was released on 21st August 2017 by google, and it's smarter, faster and more powerful than the previous versions.
Though, not everyone has come across this latest version and even if you use this version there are some things you probably don't know so in this post I'm going to show you some few things you probably don't know about Android Oreo.

  1. Android Oreo comes with new features like picture-in-picture and auto-fill to help you navigate tasks seamlessly, Plus, it's got speed improvements that keep you moving at speed of lights. When you're on your next adventure, Android Oreo is the super hero to have by your side or in your pocket.
  2. Ever tried checking your schedule while on a video call? Android Oreo makes it easy with it's picture-in-picture feature, letting you see two apps at once. It's like having the super power to be in two places at the same time.
  3. Notification dots---Over whelmed by notifications, but missing the ones you care about the most? With android Oreo, the notifications let you tap to see what's new in your apps. For instance, you can put the important ones on your home screen and then take action on those notifications quickly.
  4. Android Oreo is more secure with google play protect built in, security status front and center in settings and tighter app install controls to prevent evildoers trying to get bad software on your device.
  5. Even when low batter, it's still galaxies away from a charger? Android Oreo helps minimize unintentional over use of battery from apps in the background: This limits keep your battery going longer.
  6. When you're on the go, speed is perhaps the most important superpower. With Android Oreo, you can get started on tasks more quickly than ever with a faster boot speed.
  7. Auto fill--- Android Oreo remembers things like logins to quickly get you into your favorite apps, plus, it's more secure than previous android versions.
  8. Support for android instant apps. It means you can teleport directly into new apps without installation.

NB: Upgrading from Android Nougat to Android Oreo can make your device misbehave, but you can do that at your own risk.

Have a nice day tasting Ore0 :)

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