Notification channels (notification categories) in Android Oreo give you granular control of notifications. You can manage individual channels of notifications from all apps to meet your needs. You can use notification categories (channels) together with notification dots and notification snooze … [Continue reading] about How to use and manage notification channels in Android Oreo?
Notification snooze allows you to temporally snooze a notification and act on it later on. This is similar to snooze an alarm. When a notification is snoozed, it is not dismissed so that it will remind you again after the snoozing period (which you can customize) expires. This Android Oreo … [Continue reading] about How to use notification snooze in Android Oreo?
Notification dots (aka notification badges), a new feature in Android Oreo 8.0 (and 8.1) quickly alerts you to unattended notifications from supported apps so that you will not miss any important notifications. In addition to notifications in the notification panel, you can now find notification … [Continue reading] about How to use notification dots (notification badges) in Android Oreo?
Picture-in-picture (PIP) mode allows you to run two apps simultaneously with one app floating over the other app. This Android Oreo feature is an addition to the split-screen view mode of multiwindow introduced in Android Nougat. PIP mode is similar to pop-up view mode in some Samsung Galaxy … [Continue reading] about How to use picture-in-picture (PIP) mode in Android Oreo 8.0 and 8.1?
There are two versions of Android Oreo: Android Oreo 8.1 vs Android Oreo 8.0. Google released Android Ore0 8.1 in December 5, 2017, in less than 4 months after the release of Android Oreo (8.0). There are a couple of new features and enhancements (as well as bug fixes) in Android Oreo 8.1, … [Continue reading] about What’s new in Android Oreo 8.1: Android Oreo 8.1 vs Android Oreo 8.0
Android Oreo 8.0 (Android O) was officially released to the public on August 21, 2017. It is hailed to be much smarter, faster and efficient than its predecessors. Most flagship Android phones released in 2018 will come with Android Oreo 8.0/8.1 pre-installed. In addition to its revamped user … [Continue reading] about Top 10 New Features of Android Oreo 8.0
What is Android Oreo? Android Oreo (aka Android O) is the 8th major version of Android. There are two versions of Android Oreo: Android Oreo 8.0 and Android Oreo 8.1. This Android Oreo Guides page covers both of them. Android Oreo is a major update for Android Nougat (Android 7.0/7.1) with … [Continue reading] about Android Oreo Guides