Android 8.1 Oreo reviews after using it in the day-to-day

Android 8.1 Oreo reviews after using it in the day-to-day


The fragmentation of Android does not like anyone. But is the Android 8.1 Oreo update really relevant? Are these improvements noticed on a daily basis?

Well, that's what we're going to check today. A few days ago, I used on my personal device Android 8.1 Oreo and all the new features that it includes. Yes, it is true that the versions of this gauge of Android are generally not very radical, but are still more versions of the system.

And thinking about Android 5.1 and the current Android 7.1.1 times, I wonder: the changes introduced in this version really notice in the day to day? Let's take a step-by-step look at the weight a normal user has on this small update of the new version of Android Oreo.


A review of your news

We can not determine if these developments are noticed unless we review them first. We will omit in this "review" the general improvements of Android Oreo and that many of us know, focusing on the inclusions of this little update. Here is the list:

  • Settings that fit our wallpaper. The shortcut panel changes the color according to the predominant color of our wallpaper.
  • Redesigned settings menu with search bar. Suggestions are improved by showing more clearly.
  • Transparency in the notification bar. The notification bar becomes transparent, just like the adjustment panel, allowing you to see the background in question.
  • Less aggressive notification polls. Instead of sounding many times, a notification will prevent many overlays continually.
  • Smarter and smaller ignition menus
  • Battery for Bluetooth devices in the notification bar.
  • The system will warn you about the battery leak of an application in question.
  • Date in Environmental View. In this function, we will see the current date in our device.
  • The navigation bar becomes more subtle and will reduce the color tone when not in use.
  • We can delete permanent notifications.
  • Improved Easter egg and API for neural networks.

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<p> Leaving aside the less useful improvements, such as the Easter egg or the APIs for neural networks, we see that improvements in Android 8.1 improve and polish certain neglected details in the update of Android 8.0 Oreo. They are not determinative, but to see them, we focus on several sections: <strong> interface, notifications and conclusions. </strong> </p>
<h2> Interface: cleaner and more intuitive </h2>
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They are not decisive improvements, but they increase the sensation of general fluidity of the system

Where I noticed that these changes were in the settings and the navigation bar. The adjustments are now better organized and offers details that help me better understand the things that are pending or that I activated. The Do Not Disturb mode is shown with a small icon that reminds me that I may have to turn on the sound of the device.

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<p> Without hesitation, what I noticed most was the improvement in the battery settings section <strong>. </strong> The power to warn that there is an application that drains the battery is crucial as it allows you to better observe battery behavior and make clear decisions. In fact, it is something I recommend in all layers of customization: all possible information for the battery should be granted. </p>
<p> And we can not forget the details of the battery of Bluetooth devices. Having the information available on the battery of my wearables or my Bluetooth helmets in a slide is a relief as it reminds me when I have to load them without having to realize … when they have already downloaded. Let us turn to notifications now. </p>
<h2> Notifications: this notice DOES </h2>
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These improvements are not really important in everyday life, but they are important for Android in general

Now we have to ask ourselves. When will Android limit? When will it be necessary to innovate after having resolved all the errors or details improved on Android? And since we've asked one last question. We continue with the fragmentation in Android if we continue to update at this rate? Only time will tell.


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