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Five things to look forward to

Abhik Sen 

Now that we know what the "N" in Android N stands for, here are five improvements which should make it well worth the expected two-month-long wait. Of course if you have a Google Nexus 6 or later device, you can download the beta right away. Apps, side by side Android N supports using two apps side by side on the screen, much like what Samsung has been offering on its phones the past few years, which the Korean giant calls multi-window mode. Thus one can, for example, open a browser window, while keeping one's Twitter app open beside it. Brings bills down I've ...

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Five things to look forward to

Now that we know what the "N" in Android N stands for, here are five improvements which should make it well worth the expected two-month-long wait. Of course if you have a Google Nexus 6 or later device, you can download the beta right away.Apps, side by sideAndroid N supports using two apps side by side on the screen, much like what Samsung has been offering on its phones the past few years, which the Korean giant calls multi-window mode. Thus one can, for example, open a browser window, while keeping one's Twitter app open beside it.Brings bills downI've always loved the Opera browser's efforts at cutting down on the data we consume, and in recent times it has been emulated on some phones. Thankfully, Nougat has the Data Saver mode baked in and it would sure be helpful for all of us with runaway data usage. One can also decide on which apps can access data in the background and should go a long way in cutting down on phone bills. Also, one glance at the new settings menu will let us Now that we know what the "N" in Android N stands for, here are five improvements which should make it well worth the expected two-month-long wait. Of course if you have a Google Nexus 6 or later device, you can download the beta right away. Apps, side by side Android N supports using two apps side by side on the screen, much like what Samsung has been offering on its phones the past few years, which the Korean giant calls multi-window mode. Thus one can, for example, open a browser window, while keeping one's Twitter app open beside it. Brings bills down I've ... image
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Five things to look forward to

Now that we know what the "N" in Android N stands for, here are five improvements which should make it well worth the expected two-month-long wait. Of course if you have a Google Nexus 6 or later device, you can download the beta right away. Apps, side by side Android N supports using two apps side by side on the screen, much like what Samsung has been offering on its phones the past few years, which the Korean giant calls multi-window mode. Thus one can, for example, open a browser window, while keeping one's Twitter app open beside it. Brings bills down I've ...

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