What's New on Android 10 - Google's New Android 10

Google Start Roll outing New Android 10 For Pixels Phone

What's New on Android 10 - Google's New Android 10
What's New on Android 10 - Google's New Android 10

Google Announced their new android operating system for mobile phones few day ago. And Finally Google Started Rollouting Android 10/Q for Google's Pixel Phones following : google pixel 2, pixel 2xl, pixel 3, pixel 3xl, pixel, pixel 3a xl and off-course Pixel 4 Comes with Android 10

Google testing Android Q/10 from few months and after final beta test over Google Started Rollouting Android 10 For Pixels Phones. Hope we can see Android 10 Soon is latest flagship phone like OnePlus, Samsung S series, Redmi K20 etc.

Google also announce new name for android OS specially from android Q. From beginning google release their android versions using deserts name but from Android Q google thing it hard to video new desert name for android so Google Officially Change Android Logo and Android name with digits like Apple now Android Q has changed to Android 10 Officially 

What's New in Android 10

 

Dark Mode : Android 10 help you change you phone theme to Dark Mode, both in System UI and also App which support dark mode some app does not support dark mode, Dark mode is really helpful feature Dark Mode help you to save you battery life and also help's you at night light and Dark mode is look beautiful on OLED screes. You can change our app setting and you can run dark theme separately when it is running.
 

QR Code for WIFI : QR Code for WIFI this feature we can only see on customOS like MIUI for honor, and we mostly see this feature on Redmi's phones but now on new Android we can use this feature to share wifi passwords and you might not need a password to connect to wifi network just need to scan wifi QR Code from your another phone who connected to wifi.

 

Audio features : Android 10 lets two apps on your phone record or listen to audio at the same time. “Before Android Q the input audio stream could only be captured by one app at a time,” Google writes in their developers’ forum. "Once an app started to capture audio, all other apps had no way to access the audio input until the capturing app stopped.”

But now, you might be able to get two applications listen to audio input at the same time. For instance, you could, depending on privacy settings and permissions, use the voice recorder app while also speaking to Google assistant.

In addition, the upgrade also has something called the AudioPlaybackCapture API (Application Programming Interface), which lets you capture audio from another app that is playing. This used to be a feature restricted to video, but now there is an audio option as well.

 

Thermal API: The Thermal API lets apps know the state of the chipsets and processors in the phone. If the apps detect that the phone has warmed up, they can make changes to how they function in order to bring the temperature down and restore optimum performance. “When the device reports thermal stress, apps and games can help by backing off ongoing activities to reduce power usage on various ways,” Google says.

 

Settings Panels: You might not have to jump through multiple pages to get to the phone settings you want. Settings Panels lets you access phone settings that are contextual to the app that you currently have open.

For example, if you’re on Chrome and there’s no connectivity, Chrome will automatically open the Connectivity settings panel on your page, instead of you having to juggle the Chrome and the Settings app to get what you want.

 

Bubbles: Bubbles are notifications ‘bubbles’ that will now pop up on your screen, even when you are using other applications. They are designed for multitasking, but the feature can also be turned off if you don’t like it.

 

Location permissions : Android 10 has new permissions access that “gives users more control over app access to device location”, according to Google. You can tweak location permissions in such a way that an app can access your location only when the app is being used. That is, the app cannot access it when it is running in background.

 

Privacy: There are several tweaks to privacy controls, one of the foremost being that apps cannot launch by themselves. Now, applications need a user’s permission to launch, as opposed to when apps could automatically launch without user interaction.

Android 10 also restricts apps from accessing the contents of the phone’s screen. Any apps that need to access the phone screen will now need additional, on-the-go permission.

 

Foldable devices: There are several foldable phones out there in the market -- Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, Huawei’s Mate X and more. Android 10 offers support for application developers to develop apps specifically for such devices, even with different folding patterns. The support addresses the app’s resizing, screen ratios, multi window functions, display cutouts and more.