9 new Android N features Google didn’t announce
Google on Wednesday released a developer preview of Android N, its next version of the Android mobile operating system.
Google publicly announced a number of new features for Android N, including support for split-screen and picture-in-picture viewing, an upgrade to Notifications, and Doze, Android’s battery-saving feature, among others.
While those are notable changes, there are many more updates and changes Google didn’t talk about. The good news is developers, users, and tech bloggers are installing Android N and uncovering a slew of new features, tweaks, and changes.
Below are some of the more notable Android N features being found.
Double-tap Recents button to switch to previous app
Instead of just letting you scroll through a list of open apps and Chrome tabs, the Recents button in Android N now lets you go back to the previous app you were using with a double-tap.
To go to further back than your last app or web page, you can repeatedly tap the Recents button to…
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