Android 10 rolls out to Pixel phones

Android 10 rolls out to Pixel phones

Google has announced that Android 10 is rolling out to Pixel phones starting today.

Android 10 is the company’s newest mobile operating system. Its first beta, Android “Q”, was released in March. Then in August, Google announced that Android “Q” will be officially branded as Android 10.


Android 10 comes with plenty of features to make it more user-friendly as well as improvements to user’s security, privacy, and digital well-being. Here are some of its newest features:

• Smart Reply now suggests actions.
• You can enable Dark Theme for the entire phone or specific apps.
• New gesture navigation to take advantage of larger, edge-to-edge screens.
• Live Caption that automatically captions videos, podcasts, and audio messages across any app.
• More control over your location data.
• Controls for Web & App Activity and Ad Settings.
• Important security and privacy fixes can now be sent to the phone from Google Play, just like how apps are updated.
• More control over notifications.
• More parental control using Family Link.
• Focus mode to prevent specific apps from distracting you.
• Lets you use different keyboards for your personal and work profiles.
• App timers for specific websites.
• New gender-inclusive emoji.
• Support for direct audio streaming to hearing aid devices.

These are just some of the features of Android 10. If you own a Pixel phone, you can start downloading to enjoy the new features. To learn more, you can click on the source link below.


This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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