Google reviews new Android O features and announces the availability of the first beta version

Google has divided Android into two parts at the I / O 2017 Developers Conference, focusing on improvements in tasks and interfaces, as well as other performance improvements.

Google said that the Android O experience is now possible by going to android.com/beta, a redesigned emojis with a Picture-in-Picture feature that lets you play and watch a video while using another application without problems. The company also improved the alert system so that a small point appears above the application icons that contain new alerts, and when pressed at length, the contents of the alert are displayed immediately.

Finally, in terms of improvements to tasks and interfaces, the company said that the copy and paste and text selection is better, the user now enough to double-click on one word of the text for the system to identify the entire part. Or, for example, an email can be selected to display the Gmail application icon to send an email to the specified address.

Google has divided Android into two parts at the I / O 2017 Developers Conference, focusing on improvements in tasks and interfaces, as well as other performance improvements.

Google said that the Android O experience is now possible by going to android.com/beta, a redesigned emojis with a Picture-in-Picture feature that lets you play and watch a video while using another application without problems. The company also improved the alert system so that a small point appears above the application icons that contain new alerts, and when pressed at length, the contents of the alert are displayed immediately.

Finally, in terms of improvements to tasks and interfaces, the company said that the copy and paste and text selection is better, the user now enough to double-click on one word of the text for the system to identify the entire part. Or, for example, an email can be selected to display the Gmail application icon to send an email to the specified address.

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