Top 5 Android 7 Nougat Tips and Tricks You Should Know

The Android Nougat is one of the best updates for Google's Android smartphones. Android Nougat continues to be there for a couple of months now. But, more explicitly, that was a beta version. Now, Google is rolling out the stable version of Android Nougat for their Nexus along with other indigenous devices. In case you have already got Android Nougat or Android 7.0 on your mobile, you might have to be familiar with these tips and tricks to liven up your experience. These subsequent Android Nougat tips and tricks would help you in different ways. Having said that, all of them are free of cost, and they consist of the system itself.
Android 7 Nougat Tips and Tricks

Edit Quick Setting Tiles Even More Easily

Editing Quick Settings tiles is a renowned feature in custom ROMs, since a long time. But officially, it was not possible up till Marshmallow, where it was still only an experimental feature. With Android Nougat, you get the full liberty to edit the tiles directly from the panel itself. So you wouldn’t need to go through the settings to change all that.

Also, Nougat adds some new tiles to the queue, including Invert colours, Data Saver, Cast, Nearby, Show layout bounds, and Profile GPU rendering. To edit, drop down the Quick Settings panel and tap on “EDIT”. The panel will expand, you can drag new tiles, remove old ones, or rearrange them.

Longer battery life

You don’t have to do anything for the new version of Doze to give you better battery life apart from update your phone. Doze reduces the impact that apps not actively running in the foreground have on battery life by working out which ones need to receive updates and use the processor, and which don’t.

Using Marshmallow, that only happened when the phone was not moving around, but now it works even if the phone is in your pocket. It should give you anywhere between 10% and 25% longer battery life, depending on how long you leave the phone in standby.

Multi-window view

The fact that Android 7.0 with a multi-window function and thus introduces a feature, which various manufacturers have already for quite some time in their own adapted Android versions, should be known. This is how you use the function, which can be used on tablets as well as on smartphones: first open an app you want to work with, then tap the Task Switcher or Recents button at the bottom right and then select the second app. To start a new app, tap the Homebutton and simply select the appropriate application. The split screen is pushed aside like a curtain.

Use the small black bar in the middle of the split window to adjust the size of the two windows. A long press on the button terminates the multi-window mode. Optionally, you can also push one of the two app windows to the full display size.

Answer to any message without opening an application

Opening up applications is a bother, however, isn’t that so? Particularly in case you’re amidst a diversion and you get another content, WhatsApp or Facebook Message. Gratefully those irritating mates won’t intrude on your gaming sessions for long on Android 7.0 Nougat.

You can answer to any message coordinate from the warning. No opening the application. No, appear. Simply hit answer, tap your message, press send and after that return to whatever it was which was more essential than opening an application and devoting time to significant associations with genuine individuals.

System UI Tuner

Users can even do more customizations with System UI Tuner. It brings more comprehensive settings and lets you fine tune design elements and some experimental features. To enable this powerful and risky enhancement, swipe down from the screen to open the quick settings>simply tap and hold the settings icon until it starts spinning. You'll receive a confirmation that the feature been activated.

Bonus : More emojis

Everyone loves emoji... probably. There are now 1,500 emoji characters in Android for you to play around with, and 72 new variations added in Nougat (new emoji have to be added at the OS level, no matter what third-party apps or keyboards might try and tell you).

In case you don't know, tap the emoji icons (bottom left then right) on the Google Keyboard to find the colourful icons; press and hold on a picture to see alternatives. Like other Google apps, Google Keyboard is updated separately to the main Android OS.


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