Android 11 has arrived with new features, to help you manage your conversations, connected devices, privacy and much more!
Better ways to communicate with people in your life, move messaging apps to a dedicated space in the notifications section and prioritize conversations to never miss an important message. Multitasking is easier with Bubbles and without any extra app, built-in-screen recording is available.
Learn new ways to control your connected devices and media, including access to all your smart devices by just a long press on the power button. Media controls have been redesigned and Android Auto will work wirelessly for Android 11 run phones, be it talk to send a text or get directions with a tap.
Have more privacy by allowing one-time permissions for access of areas like camera and location. Using auto-reset permission, prevent data access of apps you have installed but don’t use much. Known about privacy fixes through Google Play and now, keep your personal profile separate from work data.
Hello, Android 11! 🎉 Learn all about the new features that make staying in touch easier, controlling your connected devices simpler, plus new privacy improvements: https://t.co/qUCmyz37WZ pic.twitter.com/ExkZIXafau
— Android (@Android) September 8, 2020
Meanwhile, Pixel has also got new features to make your device better and more helpful, giving you that new phone feeling once more!
Pixel will help you focus on connecting with your close ones like if your friends have shared their location, use Live View with Location Sharing in Google Maps to meet them. Also, the new Smart Reply on Pixel’s keyboard makes typing simple by giving you helpful chat suggestions.
Get app suggestions at different times of the day from Pixel, based on your daily routine so that you can get tools that’ll be helpful for you. From Google Maps for your afternoon stroll or media apps to use in the evening to help you wind down from a busy day. Also, cooler options on how to select and engage with content on your Pixel with grouping apps by theme like Photography, News, Fitness and more.
But wait, there’s more! As part of #Android11, your phone gets a helpful boost of Pixel-first features. Check out our latest blog post for more details: https://t.co/urVbbR59kc pic.twitter.com/B4ORHFKSgC
— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) September 8, 2020