What Is Your Favorite Android 9 Pie Feature

[GizPoll of the Week] What Is Your Favorite Android 9 Pie Feature

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From our last week poll, 63% of voters prefer fast charge while 9% settled for wireless charging. However, 23% of voters want a combination of both which would clearly take the price tag of any smartphone above the roof.

A few days ago, Google released its recent Android 9 Pie system and it is already rolling out to a couple of devices. In the official introduction of this system, Google introduced a couple of new features which includes Digital Wellbeing (Android Dashboard, App Timer, Wind Down, and revamped Do Not Disturb mode) which gives a new look to the entire system.

Another inclusion in the Android 9 Pie system is “Slices” – a feature that supports quick app view. This system also has features like

  • Adaptive Battery – system technically learns how you love to use your device so the app services don’t take more than the required battery
  • Adaptive Brightness – system automatically adjust brightness to suit the environment of usage
  • New swipe navigation system
  • Predictive App Actions – apps are ready to launch before you launch them. This way, it boots up in a split second.
  • Dark/light themes

We also have some features which do not really make the headline but they are also cool and useful. The likes of Google’s new magnifier when highlighting a text (helps to avoid mistakes when highlighting a text) and the smart rotation button (prompts users to rotate phone when necessary) are some of the unpopular but interesting features that come with Android 9 Pie.

Although some of the features are relatively unknown, they are quite interesting to use. So whats your favorite feature in the Android 9 Pie? Let us know in the poll below. If your favorite is not included, let us know in the comment.

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