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36 thoughts on “Android P Beta Features Overview – This one is the real deal!”
Something I forgot to add in the video that some may find useful. Multi-window. Now that the recent apps button is gone, how do you open multi-window? If you watch the video, on the overview screen, you can see icons at the top of the cards. Long press the icon and it gives you the option to open split screen. Sorry about that!
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nothing really exciting, not feeling the recents. I guess the P means, Pass.
Aside from developer stuffs, basically all of these 'new' features can be found in google store..
P for Popcorn? 🍿🍿🍿
#MAGA Make Android Great Again.
Im not gonna lie bois… Android Oreo looks better then Android P (Peppermint?)
Android P is to Facebook-ish… Blah 🙈🙉🙊
Had the P beta running on my Pixel 2 XL for a week now. Not a fan of the new overview page as I much preferred swiping up and down through open apps and being able to swipe left or right to close apps. The new method seems a bit clunky.
I really don't like the swipe up from home button gesture either. Much prefer one swipe upwards to open the app drawer and having a separate button for overview.
The new notifications are fantastic. Battery life seems to be even better than before (not that it was an issue as my Pixel 2 XL battery life is incredible)
The new volume control is a much needed addition especially having the media volume the default!
Android P….Play Toy? Cause that's what the UI looks like. Going too far backwards in design aesthetics for my taste. This will definitely be a time to actually want Samsung etc. to create a better looking UI.
They ruined the notification dropdown look, looks like samsung or lg now. I'm glad I still have my nexus 5x with 8.1.0
Anyone got the access to the Dashboard? Can't find it in Settings.
welcome to IOS 😂
A true in-depth review. Had everything I needed to know.
We are all your source…… Android. The statement is missing
they removed app clear
hope iphone x iphone 8get same feature
Damn shame that we're talking about the newest Android version while most Android phones still haven't received Oreo. Just wow….
I think this version was designed by an iPhone user.
Whoever designed this version should be fired, and recommended to Apple. It's terrible-y IOS like.
There's a reason some of us don't like or use IOS. What is the point of using Android when it's becoming so much like crappy IOS?
Still waiting on Oreo or my V30
Is there a still clear all button in the recent apps section?
Do you have to toggle the Shush feature for when you turn your phone facing down on the table? How do I know if its activated?
The new recent apps menu reminds me of windows phone
Why is Samsung users not getting this update to try as well??????
wait… but wheres the close all button?
android is gay
still on 5.1 andriod…
How will the pill work with a phone that has hardware navigation keys.
i just update mine and its beautiful.. looks better than before
I know this is a Beta version of Android P, but what I disappoint a lot is that why does Google call one of the features of Android P "gesture" while the back button and the navbar are still here and unhideable??? Why don't Google gesturize the "back button"???
If they are trying to copy gestures from iPhone X (or Palm, Blackberry Playbook OS, and Meego on Nokia N9), they should copy it completely.
Those color changes in the settings look disgusting
Still using LG G3..
This just show how much WebOS was ahead of its time. I loved WebOs but they had to put that into a horrible "tiny little case", with a plastic screen. Made it unusable.
Thank you for the better DND.
Hope they keep the vertical recent apps as an option. I Don't care for the horizontal scrolling and the lack of recent apps button
I felt the you-tube video somehow was super long on the 'overview' functionality than other Android P features. example: Maps recommendation, Google lens and Dashboard.
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