Increase Security and Enjoyment with Android 7.0 Nougat

Android 7.0 Nougat promises to bring with it many new features. Available features will enhance both your security and enjoyment. Most smartphones will receive this update, which is why we believe learning about some of these new features is important to you.

File Encryption Activation

File encryption can be found in developer settings. Although it may not seem like a big deal, it actually can be. First, encryption is only performed on user data. During booting process, your PIN or unlock pattern would not be needed. What this means, if for some reason your phone unintentionally restarts, you’ll still have a functioning alarm clock allowing you to wake in time. The boot process will be much faster as well. However, to switch to file encryption from full disk encryption, a full wipe is required.

Data Saver

Android 7.0 Nougat has a new feature: Data Saver. This feature allows for you to use less data while not connected to Wi-Fi.

To activate go to Settings > Connections > Data Usage > Data Saver. Once activated, you can choose which apps are allowed to use background data while all other can’t. However, these apps are not entirely prevented from using data services which are needed, but most background activity will be disabled.

Pinned Apps

In security settings, you will be able to enable a pinning feature. This feature allows other open apps to be hidden under a pinned app.

Multi-Window View

The multi-window view is one of the most anticipated parts of Android 7.0 Nougat. With an easy double tap, it will be possible to run side by side apps and switch between apps. This makes the user experience much better for many reasons. Watch a video on YouTube while at the same time, texting your friend. Or, read an online recipe while also scoping out your favorite social media sites.

Save Battery and RAM

In the majority of instances, unnecessary resources are used for background services. You can stop running these services by heading over to developer settings. Simply, restart the stopped app or your smartphone to restart background services.

Silent Alert Display

With this new feature, you will be able to mute notifications you receive from various apps. To set this feature, touch and hold an app’s notification and then select “Show notifications silently”. Go into setting to change and filter apps as you desire.

Settings Access

The setting menu with Android 7.0 Nougat has been also improved. The left margin is where the main menu is now hidden allowing you to access it quickly.

These features are just a few of the great improvement and new features await you with Android 7.0 Nougat. Enjoy!

Supercharge Your Android Smartphone with These Incredible Tips

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Android fans understand, after using their device for some time, performance seems to diminish. This is especially true for users that pack their device with Play store apps. This is due to the lack of memory and unnecessary apps running, which happens with all major O/S. However, there are some ways to speed up your device and get back that amazing experience.

To enhance your Android device performance, here are some incredible tips for you to try:

Memory Cleaner: Google Play Store has memory cleaner apps to download and install on your device. These cleaners delete junk files as well as clear memory on your Android. Clean Master is the one most recommended and is simple to use.

Up-to-Date Android Firmware: Be sure your Android device is updated with the latest firmware. By doing this, you are ensured to gain access to new releases and enhancements of Android. Google updates, features, performance, and stability become available to you by staying up-to-date with the Android firmware.

Up-to-Date Apps: Play Store apps receive updates regularly to repair any issues and to also add features to an app’s latest version. By keeping your apps up-to-date, you will get the best performance and speed available.

Manage Unwanted Apps: Android apps use space and reduce speed on your device due to their background processes running. Remove any apps you do not need or use often to speed up your devices performance. Also, if you want to keep the app but want to performance, it can be disabled by “Performance assistant.” By disabling the app, files are not changed or removed and can be re-enabled at any time.

High-Speed Memory Card: Your Android device major storage is the memory card. To add more space and speed to your device, it is preferred to use high-speed memory cards, such as Class 6 or Class 10.

No Live Wallpapers: Avoid using live wallpapers. Unfortunately, this great feature drains battery life and utilizes a lot of processes.

Fewer Widgets: Even though widgets can be fun, they can use up memory. When widgets do not run in the background, they still remain active. Due to this reason, try using only widgets which are necessary.

Automatic Syncing Off: When using syncing for your Android, you are notified when you receive an update or new email because of the device checking at different intervals. This uses a battery and slows down performance. Turn off automatic syncing.

Root Android Device: This is a way to speed up an Android device dramatically to see a significant performance improvement. Root of an Android device should only be done by a professional with knowledge and experience.

You should see a definite enhancement in performance after applying these tips to your Android device.