Android Nougat discharge date
Instead of hold up until Google I/O 2016, Google chose to amaze all of us by discharging the main Android N designer review on March 9, two entire months sooner than anticipated. The Android N sneak peak went live for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 (Wi-Fi and LTE), Nexus Player and Pixel C on the Android Developers site. The main beta discharge hopeful showed up amid Google I/O on May 18, 2016.
The last Android 7.0 Nougat discharge date has been affirmed for Q3, 2016, giving Google until September 30 to follow through on its course of events. This implies the Nexus 6P (2016) and Nexus 5X (2016) – or whatever they will be called for the current year – will come somewhat sooner than anticipated as well, as the new form of Android is constantly displayed close by new Nexus gadgets.
The Nexus 4 was declared on October 29, the Nexus 5 on October 31, the Nexus 6 on October 15, the Nexus 5X and 6P on September 29. So we may even see the current year's Nexuses prior in September instead of the end of the month if the logically prior declaration dates are anything to pass by.
The last Android 7.0 discharge will be restricted to Nexus gadgets at first and advance toward other producer gadgets and bearer systems over the accompanying six months or somewhere in the vicinity. You can download the Android N review underneath and streak it on a perfect gadget at this moment however make sure to counsel the rundown of known issues first. Google is endeavoring to adhere to a month to month upgrade plan for the Android Nougat sneak peaks.
Android N will be Android 7.0
As of late utilized emoji expelled from Google Keyboard
This isn't precisely noteworthy news, yet as you likely acknowledge, we're currently at the cleaning and adjusting phase of Android N, so the progressions we see are going to get less provocative the nearer we get the chance to go time. In Dev Preview 3, as of late utilized emoji would show up as a part of the recommended word field of the image tab in the Google Keyboard. In Dev Preview 4 you'll need to empower that choice in the console settings: the default express no more shows emoji.
Dull Theme gone once more, Night Mode remains
We have no clue what's happening with Google and Android's Dark Theme. It initially showed up back in the Android M designer reviews yet never made it to Marshmallow legitimate. It then reemerged in Android N with different noteworthy headways yet is presently gone, once more.
Google has said that Night Mode and the Dark Theme are "far-fetched" to make it into the last Android 7.0 discharge, yet that it hasn't discounted them completely. Clearly, neither one of the features met Google's execution benchmarks. In Dev Preview 3, Dark Theme is gone, however Night Mode stays in the Quick Settings.
Google giveth and Google taketh away. Generally as we lose the adored Dark Theme for Android overall, we pick up topics for the Google Keyboard in Android N. Rendition 5.1 of Google Keyboard includes a cluster of beautiful theming choices, including the capacity to set your own particular picture foundation.
More changes to multitasking
Multitasking in Android N is a passionate rollercoaster of extents likened to the Dark Theme. The main Dev Preview had a cluster of new multitasking choices (see underneath), some of which were evacuated in Dev Preview 2. In Dev Preview 3 things change once more. Application exchanging between your two latest applications by twofold tapping the multitasking catch remains (thank sky), however the quantity of applications will be diminished to seven.
The "Unmistakable All" catch at the highest point of the card stack has strangely exchanged sides: from left in Preview 2 to right in sneak peak 3. Dispatching multi-window mode in the recents rundown is currently enacted by long-squeezing an application and dragging it up as opposed to left in Dev Preview 2. You can at present empower a swipe-up signal on the recents catch to dispatch multi-window mode in the System UI Tuner settings.
Other new stuff in Android N (Dev Preview 3)
As said over, the Android N Developer Preview 3 is more about calibrating likely Android 7.0 components and evacuating those unrealistic to make the cut. Unfortunately for enthusiasts of the Dark Theme and Night Mode, Launcher Shortcuts, progressed multitasking easy routes, those offbeat new organizer symbols or the screen catch in video mode, it would appear that these elements may not make the cut.
The primary authority Android N highlight to be affirmed was multi-window mode, with the affirmation coming, indefinitely enough, by means of a Reddit AMA with the Pixel C group a couple of months back. Amid the exchange, Andrew Bowers affirmed that "split screen is in progress" and with the arrival of Android N designer review 1, we can now see precisely how Android 7.0 split screen mode will look.
Good applications (engineers should include support for split screen mode separately) can be opened up one next to the other in Android N and resized with a portable slider. You can move and customize content between split screen windows and go full screen by dragging the slider the distance to the edge.
Engineers will have the capacity to set a base size for their application windows yet you'll have a fundamentally the same as multitasking background to what you as of now find on numerous OEM gadgets. There's additionally another photo in-picture mode for Android TV that works simply like minimized video in YouTube.
Upgraded Doze Mode
As anticipated, the loved and admired Marshmallow highlight, Doze Mode, has likewise been enhanced in Android N. Rest now highlights a two-level framework. The primary works at whatever point the screen has been off for some time, whether your telephone is stationary or not. This implies you can now appreciate the advantages of Doze Mode at whatever time your telephone is not being utilized, notwithstanding when it is in your pocket or knapsack. The other layer of Doze Mode fills in as some time recently, yet with some more upgrades. At the point when your telephone is lying still, it will enter a more profound hibernation mode, conceding system and other action until broadly divided out "support" windows before slipping back to rest.
One element that is not formally part of the Android N engineer review at this moment is freestyle window mode. As an informal part of an engineer review for an Android form that won't arrive formally until six months from now, it is a long way from prepared for prime time, yet it works basically as you'd anticipate that it will. You can dispatch different applications at the one time, resize them and move them around the screen anyway you like. Move and customize content is likewise bolstered in freestyle window mode.
Update: study the RhonzNET review of the Android N -