BrandArena: Google launches Android 10

Wednesday 4 September 2019

Google launches Android 10

Just six months after releasing Android Q Beta 1, Google has rolled out the next version of its mobile operating system to all pixel phones.

According to Dave Burke, VP Engineering for Google, the company focused making your everyday life easier with features powered by on-device machine learning, as well as supporting new technologies like Foldables and 5G.

Android 10 also builds upon the previous with almost 50 changes related to privacy and security.

Android 10 is more reliant on gestures, by default (how this is actually implemented will depend on the model and manufacturer of your Android phone). Swiping takes you forwards and backwards in apps, and brings up a list of recent apps, tasks that were previously handled by dedicated buttons.

One of the more impressive features on offer is Live Caption: Android 10 will attempt to leverage the power of Google's AI processing to bring up captions for videos on screen, in real time – just in case you can't turn the volume up (or have trouble hearing). The feature will even be available on your own videos, Google says, and even when you're offline.

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