stobs, 26 Sep 2017well, when apple is bold enough to try with its terrible maps.....Apple what? Are you sucking TC's C so much that you have to talk about Apple in a news about Google?
stobs, 26 Sep 2017well, when apple is bold enough to try with its terrible maps.....i.e. despite its terrible maps
laggdroids, 23 Sep 2017Oreo is a failed OS. the best till date was and will be KitKat. Such a smooth OS ever in Andro... morei felt lollipop was terrible but marshmallow improved things... dunno about nougat or oreo though.
can't make a decent alarm clock, even.
Wow, how can you trust Google on driverless cars when they cannot even figure out an alarm clock on their 8th release of their OS.
I never relied on Android alarm since Doze was released.
Oreo makes my 6P's stock camera app crash on start up. Click it and it will say "this app stopped working"
Alarms works fine for me since installing 8.0 update on my Pixel XL.
hehehehehehehe .... how can they always fail at basic features like alarm, bluetooth, phone signal ... lmao ... and then there are these pixel and nexus owners who never show up in these cases saying "My phone is the first to fail because it received updates first" .. lol
#boringStockAndroid .. OEMs win anyday
They could have continued their beta program a bit longer instead
Time to install Timely!
Wew, but at least you get the FASTEST updates on your nexus device :D
Imagine trying to explain to your boss that oreo made you late.
Still with Lollipop nowadays.
I Love Lollipops!
Oreo is a failed OS. the best till date was and will be KitKat. Such a smooth OS ever in Android life. Lollipop and Marshmallow were laggy as hell. Naugat is much better. Oreo will take up months to cover enough percentage of Android OS distribution amongst worldwide market.
What is this those alarm functions, in the past apple had a lot of bugs with it, no Android starts, they should hire guys who can properly programm alarm function :) I can see not many specialist can do it, so in a future both companies will look for specifically experienced programmers to deal with those alarms :D
Better just stick with the stock OS that your phone came in on day one.
Don't know about Oreo. But Nougat and Marshmallow both are working fine.