Android-N-Developer-Preview

Till the start of the conference Google I/O for 2016, on which we will see how the new version of Android will looks like, remain 69 days. But today Google has made a pleasant surprise for developers (and curious fans) releasing a preview of Android N or Android Nutella.

Early release is intended to gather feedback earlier than usual, and even included a new way to download the update. Rather than install a drive image (still can if you want), you can participate in Android Beta Program, which is pre-installed versions of “air”. If you have a relatively new Nexus device (from a Nexus 6 and 9 up) or Pixel C, you can also try the next version of Android, before it is completed.

The biggest innovation is the new multitasking mode. Google finally allows users to take advantage of the the big screen on your smartphone or tablet. There is also a video mode “picture in picture” that keeps watch YouTube videos while you open another application.

The visual changes are not so dramatic. You can reply directly from the notification. Also Android N collect a bunch of notifications from the same app to not mess your screen. Doze function of Marshmallow is improved to increase the battery life of devices and developers can take advantage of Java 8 functions.

If you decide to install Android N on your device, you have to live with some early problems. Expect errors, shorter battery life and other imperfections that are typical of an unfinished operating system. However, now you have a rare chance to see where it is headed Google’s Android N.

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