Android Pie (9) Is Available Now On Google Pixel Phones, All You need To Know

Google has added a new sweet dish on it’s plate of Android Version. Google has finally announced the name of ninth version of Android and it is named as “Android  Pie.” Android is the dominant mobile operating system on the planet, powering almost 9 out of every 10.

Android Pie is officially available for all Pixel phones from –Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL. Other then Pixel phone –Nokia 7 Plus, OnePlus 6, Oppo R15 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2, Vivo X21, Vivo X21UD, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S will be those phone to whom soon get the taste of pie.

Android 9 Pie had previously only been available to those willing to install the beta software. Google announced 140,000 users participated in the program.

People who have sign up for the Android Beta program, will receive the update (Android  Pie) by the “end of this fall.” The signup for the beta will be at this link. Google claims the devices that were in the Android P beta program will receive the Android 9 Pie update in a timely manner.

Google has bring some important changes and update to Android Pie. More then outer graphics and UI design Android Pie is about internal functionality and security. Android Pie mostly focuses on making Android phones work faster while saving precious battery life.

In every product google use AI, then how Android Pie  will be a exceptional. Android Pie will includes AI tools to adapt to how you use the device. Android Pie will set screen brightness by studying your manual adjustments, rather than automatically switching to a certain level based on ambient light. It will have a new feature powered by AI called Slices. For example if you search Apple then it will suggest you a quick shortcut of Apple become Trillion Dollor company. Slices will let you quickly access shortcuts in Google search. It will ultimately save your time.

The another major feature of Android Pie is the ability to toggle gesture controls, like iPhone X. With the use of Gesture controls you will no longer need to tap on hardware or software home button. Only by using gestures like swiping up from the bottom of the screen to go home or swiping up and holding down for opening the multitasking window.

Android Pie adds a new battery setting called adaptive battery for better utilization of battery and to make Android phones more efficient. Adaptive battery will prioritize the apps you use most and limit battery power for apps you use less.

Much like Apple Android Pie also support notches. Google has made it easier for apps to work smoothly on phones that happen to have notched screens.

Android Pie will have a totally new dashboard. For smartphone addicts, Android 9 introduces tools in this dashboard. This new dashboard tells you how much time you’ve spent using your phone, and the time you’ve spent in individual apps. You’ll also be able to set time limits on how much you use certain apps.

For Installing the latest version of Android is easy as pie:

Simply go to settings > About phone > System updates > Check for updates > Download and install.

Once your phone finds the update, it will download and eventually install it by itself on your phone

Have a great day !

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