Google launched Android 11 ... not just for Pixel phones this time
Google launched Android 11 ... not just for Pixel phones this time

After months of testing, Google announced Tuesday that the final stable version of Android 11 will be released.

The US tech giant said in its blog: “Android 11 is here! The latest version is designed to help you access important content on your phone more easily. So you can use conversations, connected devices, privacy, etc. To celebrate the eleventh release of Android, Google checked 11 Post for the new system in its version.

In Android 11, conversations from multiple messaging apps are moved to a specific area in the notification area to make it easy to manage conversations in one place. Users can also prioritize conversations with important people so that you don't miss any important information.

The system also has a bubble function, which, according to Google, makes multitasking easier on the device. Users can now respond to important conversations without having to switch between their work and the messaging app.

With Android 11, Google has integrated a (screen recording) function in the system, so that users can now record and share what is happening on the phone via microphone or phone in addition to voice recording. Or both device without the need for other applications.

Users can now access all smart devices in one place by pressing the power button and control connected devices such as thermostats or smart locks with just one click, eliminating the need to open multiple applications.

In Android 11, Google has redesigned the media controls. As long as there are compatible cars, Android Auto can now be wirelessly compatible with any cell phone running on the new system.

Google said: The Individual Permissions feature allows users to grant personal access to sensitive permissions such as microphone, camera and location. The next time the app needs to access the sensor, it should ask for your permission again.

Google said, "If you haven't used the apps installed on your device for a long time, you might not want to access your data. So Android will automatically reset the permissions for unused apps and you." You will be notified accordingly. You can decide at any time to grant app permissions again the next time you use the app. "

Contrary to usual, Google said: In addition to some phones from companies such as OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo and Realme, the Google Pixel phones will launch Android 11 starting today. The system will roll out to other devices in the coming months.


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