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Android O Beta gestartet – das sind die Features

Google hat gestern auf der Google I/O 2017 einige Neuerungen zu Android O vorgestellt. Die Developer Preview 2 und der Start des Beta Programms sind zwei davon.

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Habt ihr Lust das neue Android O – dessen richtiger Name immer noch nicht bekannt ist – zu testen? Dann könnt ihr euch ab sofort für das offene Beta Programm anmelden. HIER IST DER LINK dazu. Alles was ihr dazu braucht ist eines der unterstützten Geräte. Dazu gehört das Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel, Pixel C und Pixel XL. Wenn ihr vorher schon am Android N Betaprogramm teilgenommen habt, solltet ihr auch automatisch für das neue Programm angemeldet sein. Für alle, die es gestern nicht verfolgen konnten.

Das sind die Neuerungen im Detail, die ihr HIER finden könnt:

Picture-in-picture: lets users manage two tasks simultaneously, whether it’s video calling your friend while checking your calendar, or reading a new recipe while watching a video on a specific cooking technique. We’ve designed PIP to provide seamless multitasking on any size screen, and it’s easy for apps to support it.
Notification dots extend the reach of notifications, a new way for developers to surface activity in their app, driving engagement. Built on our unique and highly regarded notification system, dots work with zero effort for most apps – we even extract the color of the dot from your icon.
Autofill with Google simplifies setting up a new device and synchronizing passwords by bringing Chrome’s Autofill feature to Android. Once a user opts-in, Autofill will work out-of-the-box for most apps. Developers can optimize their apps for Autofill by providing hints about the type of data expected or add support in custom views.
A new homescreen for Android TV makes it easy for users to find, preview, and watch content provided by apps. Apps can publish one or more channels, and users can control the channels that appear on the homescreen. You’ll be able to get started with creating channels using the new TvProvider support library APIs.
Smart Text Selection: In Android O, we’re applying on-device machine learning to copy/paste, to let Android recognize entities like addresses, URLs, telephone numbers, and email addresses. This makes the copy/paste experience better by selecting the entire entity and surfacing the right apps to carry out an action based on the type of entity.
TensorFlow Lite: As Android continues to take advantage of machine learning to improve the user experience, we want our developer partners to be able to do the same. Today we shared an early look at TensorFlow Lite, an upcoming project based on TensorFlow, Google’s open source machine learning library. TensorFlow Lite is specifically designed to be fast and lightweight for embedded use cases. Since many on-device scenarios require real-time performance, we’re also working on a new Neural Network API that TensorFlow can take advantage of to accelerate computation. We plan to make both of these available to developers in a maintenance update to O later this year, so stay tuned!

MKBHD hat dazu auch ein kurzes Video erstellt, indem er die TOP 5 Features von Android O vorstellt.

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