Android Q: Everything You Need To Know About The Android 10 Version

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Android 10 is the official Android name for the 10.0 update of the open source Android mobile operating system and the 17 major release for the extremely popular mobile OS.

The Android Q follows 2018’s Android 9 Oreo release and has marked a departure from bestowing a dessert themed moniker upon each new release of the mobile Operating System.

Google released the Android 10 as official debut on September 3, 2019, which arrived firstly on Google Pixel and the essential phones as well. In March 2020, the Android 10 (Android Q) became the second-most popular Android that was to be used behind Android Pie.

New features in Android 10.

The Android 10’s most prominent enhancements and interesting features include Live Captioning for providing on-demand captioning of audio, video, and podcast content.

Another to talk of is the smart reply with the artificial intelligence technology that helps to predict specific patterns of the primary users of the smartphone.

Moreover, the Android 10 provides a helpful assistance to the user automatically, and comes with a Dark Theme feature that is similar to that of Apple’s Dark Mode.

Not only this, but the Android Q also has supportive feature like Gesture navigation for making it easier to move and swipe between apps, a focus mode that helps users to block distractions and pause all non-essential apps temporarily to help the user focus on the task at performance.

Also, the Android Q helps if there is any ongoing security patches and updates via the Google Play Store (“Project Mainline”), and a Family Link tool that’s part of Android’s “Digital Wellbeing” initiative for helping families managing access, setting time and app limits as needed for various members in the family, and monitoring screen time usage.

The release of the Android 10 mobile operating system follows a number of earlier updates for Android.

Read more here on: List Of Android Versions And Their Names 

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