New Features of Android 7.0 N Nougat

Google has dependably named its Android OS upgrades after sweet treats that as well, arranged in alphabetical order. So far we’ve had the privilege to have Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop and Marshmallow. So what now? The treat of the year 2016 just showed signs of the new features of Android 7.0 N Nougat. These features are centered around giving an upgraded friendly experience. updated notifications, and split-screen views. Furthermore, these provide extra visual features than before. Including new emojis, smoother and more intelligent experience, and guarantees Android users that Google’s versatility will keep them hooked.

Google overwhelmed us with a sudden declaration of the following Android update back in March. So let’s have a look at what these dramatic features of Android 7.0 N Nougat has to offer.

Features of Android 7.0 N Nougat:

Google’s Instant Apps:

This is one of the features of which makes a big appearance in Android 7.0. It allows the users to have a chance to start utilizing an application as a part of the Google Play store immediately. You don’t need to buy it, hell, you don’t need to download it. Just open the application’s store page and you can start testing it promptly to check whether it’s something you may be keen on downloading or not. Such a killer feature!

Multi-window App Support:

Among the dramatic features of Android 7.0 N Nougat, this has added the capacity for users to open two applications next to each other on the screen. That implies you can watch YouTube videos while you react to messages. Read a website on a large portion of the screen while Facebook is upgrading on the other half. One of the much-needed features it is.

Doze on the Go:

The new “Doze on the Go” is one of the features of Android 7.0  N Nougat. It allows users to make the most of the battery-saving feature. Additionally new in Android Nougat is Project Svelte, which prevents applications from awakening every time a gadget’s system association status changes.

Virtual Reality:

An effort to bring together the portable VR technology, Google has made the ‘Daydream’ hardware and software stage for virtual reality for the users to enjoy the VR environment.

Background System Updates:

This is one of the features of this version, that allows operating system updates to run in the background, much the same as they do in Google Chrome. The system will download upgrades in the background over Wi-Fi and introduce them as a different system image on a gadget’s storage.


Android 7.0 N Nougat is all ready for an advanced future, where it should turn out to be more effective, and as able as a desktop OS. It was officially released on 22nd August 2016 while its upgraded version 7.1 is set to release in December 2016.




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