Android N’s first developer preview released by Google

Google has conducted preview of developers of Android N. It is fact of surprise since Google had expected revealing similar in I/O conferences in May of 2016. SVP of Google for Chromecast, Chrome OS and Android was taken to Medium by Hiroshi Lockheimer. It was not taken to Blogspot usually for stuffing announcement of these previews.

In Medium posts, Lockheimer said that his teams decided releases of it early in these times largely for gaining feedbacks more before launchings of lesser bugging versions in I/O in 2016 May. This is well enough good strategies in bidding building of more hype for Android N. This makes developers even ready before launchings of actual previews.

Devices handheld runs Android N offering splitting screens modes. In modes systems fill screens along with 2 apps. It shows them one-above-other or side-by-side either. Users drags dividing lines which separate two for making one app small and other app large. Google said that newer Android N provides many developer restrictions for playing with.

It makes operations less battery- and memory- intensive. Doze should be remembered. Google in turn launched the Doze in Marshmallow for saving batteries when devices are stationary. In N, additionally Doze save batteries when screens turn off. In case you have adapted Doze app example by utilizing GCM higher priority messages then you get set.

Source: techgo.org (Our Media Partner)

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