Since the time of Android KitKat, Google has been very keen on giving its Android users the best of the functionalities and the utmost level of secured customization options. But there were quite a lot of functions and features which were still at its naive position.
But again a lot of time has passed since KitKat and the tech giant seems to have done a lot of behind the scenes tweaks further coming up with another iteration of its Android OS. The company has just launched its new Android OS version on 21 August and has dubbed it as Oreo.
While Oreo succeeds Nougat, in general, a new software release is always better. Besides, the company does claim that the new version is much smarter, faster and that it will deliver a more powerful experience.
Well, as Android 8.0 is coming soon to millions of devices we do think that the new OS is the best version yet. Here are two reasons why we consider it to be so.
Background App will be checked and cleared
One of the problems that users were regularly concerned about was the RAM and battery consumption caused by the running background apps. Android buffs would know how to clear them from the system but not everyone knew or still know how to kill the running background apps. Just to ease up their concern for RAM and battery drainage, rampantly found background app killing apps started trending on Google Play Store. However, even this was quite a manual process and took extra load on the system cause it had to be installed just to clear the background apps.
Hail Oreo, the latest Android Version 8.0 which brings this futile process of manually clearing the running background apps all by itself. There is no need to go deep into the settings of your phone or install additional apps to keep-on-hold the apps running in the background.
Moreover, the new Orea does this in a smart way. For e.g. if you are listening to music, no, it won't shut the music player running in the background but yes, the updates on the newsfeed or the wall of your Instagram, facebook, etc. might just be put on hold. This not only saves the RAM and battery consumption but also saves your data, which is ever more concerning element, at least in India.
You will get used to Autofill
In the era where we have at least 6 online accounts, managing passwords and usernames are quite strenuous. Although the best way to remain secure is to memorize these details, with the advent of apps like LastPass and others with password encryption, things have gotten a little convenient for the human brain. But now even installing apps that remember your password might be a sort of redundant.
The latest Android Oreo can now do the job of maintaining your password and username. Also, users now will not have to go through that painful copy and paste option from one tab or app to another to log in to their respective account. This is a huge relief.