Android Pie's gesture based navigation is good but still, the presence of two navigation icons at the bottom wastes valuable screen space.
Google should do away altogether with any navigation icons at the bottom of the screen in Android Quesadilla. Double tap anywhere on the phone screen should bring in recent apps and a 'O' and 'X' software button. Tapping 'O' goes to home screen while tapping 'X' clears all recent apps. Double tap + swipe up anywhere in the phone should go to previous screen (back button). Swipe up anywhere in the HOME screen brings app drawer, Swipe down anywhere in the HOME screen brings down notifications and toggle shortcuts, double finger swipe down brings calculator and double finger swipe up brings contacts. Long press anywhere on the home screen opens camera app, triple tap zooms screen, etc. That way phone screen size will be immaterial as big screens will be easier to navigate with single hand.
Life of Pie
is Xiaomi releasing android p for Redmi Note 5 Pro
plz help out with this
xiaomi as release beta but does it will release standable version
The more important thing: is update will be faster as promised to all Android phone, at list the branded one
I wonder when the Galaxy S8 from 2017 will get Android P. Maybe nine months after Google released it? So next year May, June? Meanwhile the iPhone 5s from 2013 will get iOS 12 on the SAME DAY that Apple will release the update. Funny thing is Samsung's flagships are priced at almost the same level as iPhones nowadays.
I just thought it might be some kind of fancy or unique name, but then comes just Pie.....
Looks cool. Android is awesome.
Why get rid of the button on the right? Its just an empty space now. An empty space I can easily reach with my finger but its just so empty and useless now.
Recently updated my Google Pixel running android P Beta 4 to latest android Pie 9.0 via OTA update. In android Pie 9.0 features, my favorite is Navigation gestures, Adaptive battery, Display cutout / Notch and Lock down. But i can't found Digital wellbeing feature on my Google Pixel settings. Can you please help me to get one of my favorite android 9 Pie feature?
The back button looks out of place. They could have done left swipe or short press central button instead of back button.
And again this oreo notification mechanics that delete app badges when you remove notification (random press of "clear all" may make a disaster). Why not to make two options: delete notification (and badge) or hide notification (and leave app badge). Still didn't find use of snooze option especially with preset time options.
Zoz, 07 Aug 2018Apple is getting same autonomy on iPhones as we are getting on Android, with considerably smal... morewhich in my experience was totally opposite!
my 6s was so F**K up that it hardly could last for 1 day meanwhile my htc one M8 could last around 2 day(with similar use on both phones)
which leads me to iphone is good at stand by but really sucks at daily usage!
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2018haha probably from apple marketing! xD he forgot to mention that apple throttles the users ... moreI don't know what you're talking about but Apple already fixed that throttling issue.
Android 9.0 Pie Released...
Infant Company Essential Updated It's Phone in The First Day..
And Here I'm Still Waiting for LG to Release Android 8.0 Oreo to My LG G5!!!
Luxor, 07 Aug 2018So, how exactly Apple wow you without offering anything android already have?Apple is getting same autonomy on iPhones as we are getting on Android, with considerably smaller battery installed.
I am not an Apple fan, but credit should be given where credit is due.
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2018That's a safety feature. Unless you prefer your Android to explode like before.let me remind you some iphones got exploded and cost owners around 100000$ to 350000$!
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2018Good standby time is important to have. You wouldn't like it if your phone battery is flat aft... moreI do not kniw about that, where you becone this info? From 1998? My Nokia 8 does not eat more then 3 percent in on night. From 7 to 12 hours of standby.
Can i have a slice of Pie please :)