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Google I/O 2018: Android P brings interesting gesture support for UI navigation

16 May 2018

Now, Google is being investigated for allegedly tracking Android phone users.

The software will replace Android Oreo, also referred to as version 8.0, which is now used on flagship smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Google Pixel 2. Google News gives you everything online about a story and organizes it for you - highlighting different perspectives, a timeline of key events, FAQs, important people, and more.

Google still hasn't implemented the search bar directly into the launcher like we've seen in previous leaks, but there's a mod for this version of the Pixel launcher if you really want to get ahead of the game.

"Google has an intimate understanding of personal lives as they watch their users seek the support of reproductive health services, engage in civic activities, or attend places of religious worship", the senators wrote.

I use the Assistant every single day between my phone and Google Home (s), so features like Continued Conversations that'll allow me to ask follow-up questions without having to say "OK, Google" or "Hey, Google" over and over and over again is a God-send. The chat-like interface that we now have is fine, but I love all of the new elements Google's working on.

The senators say that Android users who enable the Location History feature "deepen the volume and invasiveness of collection across devices" by Google.

Android P is packed with new features, many of which are created to make the software more intuitive to use.

Now that the Android Beta for Android P has been released, I've entered my Pixel 2 XL into the beta and I'd like to share 5 of my favorite things so far.

By the way - this isn't specifically Android - the complaint is against Google specifically.

There is a DND mode which stops all notifications altogether but this is already present in nearly all Android phones right now in the market.

Android P is a new mobile operating system designed for upcoming smartphones and tablets. This is following the fact that Google had earlier removed such apps from the Play Store.

At its I/O 2018 developer conference, Google announced the second Android P developer preview.

We will keep you updated, as we receive more information. The upcoming phones are likely to have a function to un-pause the feature. Let us know in the comments down below!

Google I/O 2018: Android P brings interesting gesture support for UI navigation