4 Mind-Boggling Android 7.0 Features I Just Revealed

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Huzzah! Android 7.1.1 Oxygen has been rolled out! But the million dollar question is what have you thoroughly explored the features of its predecessor? I bet it is a Big NO! So what are you waiting for! Let us explore some of the still hidden yet chilling features of the Android 7.0 Nougat together.

Android 7.0 Nougat has been pre-installed in the Google flagships like Pixel, Pixel XL, and lot more. However, if you don’t have any Android phone, then you can simply go for the affordable mobile promo code that will neither cost you a fortune or burn a hole in your pocket.

Have a look at these terrific features; I bet you didn’t know about Android 7.0.

Enjoy with the Split Screen Mode

Since a long time, Samsung had access to the split screen mode. But with the advent of Android 7.0 Nougat, all the Android users would be able to enjoy the multi-screen support on their devices.

To activate the multi-window mode, long press the recent app button. Whichever app is being used will go on the top, with a list of all the recent ones on the bottom. Select the second that is of second most priority. You need to drag the partition or maximize either of the apps.

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The Secret UI Tuner is Back with a Bang

If you want to enable the Secret UI Tuner, then simply swipe down the notification bar and long press the gear icon to get into the Settings. After you enter, you will get a new menu in your Settings beneath the “System” section. While you enable this feature, you will get a prompt warning that says you are about to change the experimental features so proceed with caution.

While you enable the UI tuner, you will find some of the latest aspects like DND feature, split screen, and lot more.

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Easy Notifications: redesigned, bundled and quick

Have you got pissed off the app that keeps notifying you? Well, here is the solution! The Android 7.0 Nougat makes it easier to adjust the settings of the notifications from a particular app. You just need to slide the notification that is irritating you towards the right, and you can choose your action.

You can set the notification to silent or completely block them so that they don’t disturb you at all.

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Powered by the Vulkan, Java 8 and OpenJDK

Nougat officially installs the Vulkan API which has a promising feature for faster and smoother feature in gaming graphics. The gaming developers and gaming lovers can easily choose from the higher performance and efficiency of Vulkan with OpenGL Standard. So it is a win-win situation for both the gamers and developers alike.

Android 7.0 Nougat also has made a move from the Java APIs to the OpenJDK platform. So thanks to Nougat from the hardcore gamers!

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Wrap Up!

This is the perhaps the best way to cover this article. It is an Android version, specifically designed and planned for the Android fans. Without an additional fuss, there is much more than this that will keep you busy. It is very stable, with the fewest bugs I have ever seen in an Android version.

So what is your favorite feature of Android 7.0 Nougat? You can write your opinion in the comments section below.


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Ashton Blagden working as a Brand Manager at Dealslands.co.uk and also has a passion for sharing some useful post on different aspects.
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