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How to download Android Pie on to your phone right now

How to download Android Pie on to your phone right now

Google has finally announced that the final version of Android P will be called Pie.

Today is the big day-after months of beta builds and speculation, Android 9 Pie is rolling out to Pixels (and at least one other phone). Pie will roll out to devices in the Android P Beta Program - like those from Sony, Xiaomi, HMD Global, Oppo, Vivo, and OnePlus - as well as qualifying Android One devices by the end of this fall.

The Google Pixel 3 XL will probably feature a display notch, while the Pixel 3 will not, but its bezels will be a bit thicker because of it.

Android 9 introduces digital wellbeing features, better notifications and promises to extend battery life for devices. Adaptive Battery will learn which apps you use the most and prioritize battery to them, while Adaptive Brightness will figure out where you like your phone's brightness in different settings and then set that for you.

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Rather than tapping the Recents button to open the app switcher, Android Pie requires you to do a small swipe up from the bottom of your screen.

YouTube creators and marketing agencies use Famebit as a middle ground to coordinate sponsored content. Brandon Lee of AndroidPolice and YouTube channel This is Tech Today identified a posting on Famebit requesting promotion for the Pixel 3. Inside their attractive designs, you'll find impressive displays, excellent cameras, and the latest hardware, combined with pure Android software that's always up-to-date.

Overview Selection: Long-press to select text or image in Overview mode and see actions based on what you've selected (for example, an option to route to an address with Google Maps or share for an image). There's a redesigned Quick Settings included, too, along with a new way to take screenshots and simplified volume controls.

There's also a dashboard feature similar to Apple's new Screen Time controls in iOS 12, which breaks down exactly how much time you're spending in each app on a daily basis. We are also working with a number of other partners to launch or upgrade devices to Android 9 this year. According to the developers, Android can now learn from your usage habits to determine which apps you use the most.


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