If you are using Nexus 6P or Nexus 5X or Nexus 6 phones, you may have noticed an over the air update (OTA) for newest android 7.0 nougat. Nexus 9 and Pixel C tablets can also see this over the air update in next couple of days.
If you are using the Android 7.0 open beta already, you will not notice many differences here. Google rolled out a stable version of android 7.0 beta software back at
I/O in May, and it has served as a solid template for the final version coming out today.
The new features of android 7.0 android nougat are not so surprising the biggest changes in the user interface are the new notifications and new multitasking mode. You can give reply directly from the notifications which you can see in IOS from quite some time. The new Multitasking mode will let you run two applications side by side just like multitasking features you see in Samsung or iPad running iOS 9 or above. This new multitasking mode is more use full for tablets, it also runs on phones if you like to use it on phones.
New android 7.0 Nougat comes with a bunch of small tweaks that make getting around the OS generally easier and more personalized to you. Now you can customize the quick settings menu to include the things you access the most, and double-tapping the multitasking button will switch you between the two more recent apps you’ve used.
Doze mode, a battery-saving software google introduced last year in its Android OS 6.0 Marshmallow, has also been tweaked. Previously, Doze would turn your phone into the lower-energy mode when the screen was off and the phone wasn’t moving, but now it’s new algorithms are smart enough to stay in low-power mode even when you are moving (like, if your phone is in your pocket or backpack).
This may be a less significant improvement on how android 7.0 nougat will handle the software updates. If you are device is running new android 7.0 Nougat, all the further software updates will take place in the background and you will be notified once it is completed. But this future may be available for only devices released from this point of time