Android 8.0 Oreo introduced a way for our smartphones to monitor how much battery an application uses and then alerts us about excessive use. The thing is, Android doesn’t let us just swipe away this notification as easy as...
Category - 8.0 Android Oreo
With the Android 8.0 Oreo update, it seems like Google has moved the option to enable or disable new application icons from appearing on the Home Screen.
If you have a supported Android device running Android Oreo or higher, then you can install a substratum theme on it without needing root access.
With Android Oreo, will displays a persistent notification when applications are running in the background, but this guide shows you how to remove it.
3rd-party applications are slowly starting to support Android Oreo’s new picture-in-picture mode, and this guide shows you how to check which apps do.
Google hopes to increase the speed in which OTA updates get pushed to Android devices with Android O in the form of Project Treble.
For those who use Multi Window a lot, you’ll be happy to hear that Google has added some new functionality to it in Android O.
With DP1, we now have the ability to ignore notifications for a certain amount of time with the Snooze Notifications feature that is baked into Android O.
A new feature in the first developer preview of Android O shows that we might actually have the ability to install and change themes.
With Android O, Google has added in a feature to stock Android that allows us to customize the two shortcuts that are present on the Lock Screen.