Sunday, September 11, 2016

What Makes Android Nougat Special for Developers?

Finally, Android has come up with much awaited Operating system with Android Nougat. Much to the dismay of the users, the OS giant has decided to launch it for only a few selected devices in the initial phase. However, there is no need to worry as it will be available for other devices in near future. The present devices which can upgrade their system to Nougat include Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 6, Pixel C and Nexus 9 tablet.

Android 7.0 comes up with plethora of features for users. But android app developers need not to worry as the OS has tonnes of features for the them in its bag. In this article, we are going to lay down various features that Nougat has for developers:
Enhanced Notification
When it comes to notifications, there are various enhancements made in this regard. These include updated templates which will be beneficial for the developers for minimal advantages in their codes. Other improved features include bundled notification, custom views, and direct reply.
Call Screening
The new Android Nougat allows the screening of incoming phone calls. This is done by the implementation of the new Call Screening Service which paves way for phone to perform various actions based on the incoming calls including rejecting the incoming call and much more.
Other features
  • There is an ocean of new emojis and variety of support for variety of selectors.
  • Another development is the addition of more languages and multi-locale support
  • Direct boot improves device startup times and lets registered apps have limited functionality even after an unexpected reboot.
  • Direct boot work towards improving start up time for the device
Well there are lot more features that Android Nougat has unveiled for the developers as what we have mentioned above is only the drop in an ocean.
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