With the first few Developer Preview of Android M (a.k.a Marshmallow), Google offered a Dark mode option for the OS. However, the feature was missing from the final release of the OS. Many presumed that the feature was not ready and would be making its way to the next release of the OS.
Google today released the final Developer Preview of Android 7.0 Nougat before its official release later this summer. The final Developer Preview of the OS includes the final APIs, and also locks in system behaviors and UI changes.
By now, despite the fact it’s not quite available in all regions of the world just yet, Pokémon GO has probably filled your social media accounts with pictures and stories.
Google today revealed the final name of Android N, and it is not what you were expecting it to be. The official name of Android N will be Android Nougat. Not Nutella that many were expecting it to be called.
The hidden freeform multi-window mode found in the current developer preview builds of Android N is unlikely to official with the final release of the OS, but many advanced users hoped that Google would at least let the feature remain hidden in the OS, so that it could be activated manually.
Google wants to develop the best possible experience for its Nexus devices, and offering live help is just one step to do that.
There are a ton of new features coming to Android N for the public when it launches later this year, and it could include redesigned navigation buttons.
Earlier today, Google released the fourth Developer Preview of Android N. The release also saw Google finalising the APIs and releasing the final SDK along with it, so that developers can start building their apps for the upcoming version of Android.