Meet Google Android 11 new latest features - These are all the new features that Google has released. Android 11 is already here. In fact, we have been talking about this new operating system from Google for mobile for weeks, and we already knew some of the novelties thanks to the beta.
Finally the time has come when Android 11 is official and begins to update on the first devices. Because of this, Google has confirmed in a publication the most important news of this operating system.
Bubbles in messaging apps, better privacy control or screen recording are just some of the changes that includes in Google's new operating system for Android phones.
Meet Google Android 11 new latest features
Below are the most relevant features that appear on Android 11:
- Bubbles in conversations
With bubbles in instant messaging apps, you'll be able to respond to important conversations without constantly switching between what you're doing and the messaging app. The floating bubble will be visible throughout the operating system and not only in the application where the messages come from.
Bubbles have been around for a while in apps like Facebook Messenger.
- Improvements in notifications
Thanks to Android 11, the conversations you hold in a messaging app will be moved to a specific space in the Notifications section. So you don't have to switch between multiple apps.
- Built-in screen recording
From now on you will have the ability to record everything that happens on your phone, even capture the sound of the microphone, the device or both without the need for an app.
- Privacy improvements
With one-time permissions you'll be able to authorize one-time access to the most sensitive features, such as the microphone, camera or location. When an app wants to use them it will have to request permission again.
Android will also automatically reset permissions for apps you haven't used for a while, so you don't have to continue accessing your data. When this happens you will get a notification you can re-grant permissions the next time you use it.
In addition, Google Play will send more security and privacy fixes to your phone, as well as notify app updates.
- Android auto Wireless and other ways to control your devices
Another noteworthy novelty is that Android Auto will work wirelessly on all devices that have Android 11. However, the vehicle must be compatible. You won't need any more cables when you take a trip.
In addition, on Android 11 you can access all your devices from one place by long pressing the power button. With a single tap you will be able to control all connected devices.
In addition, Google claims that media controls have been redesigned and are now more useful.
- Additional tools in Pixel 2 or higher models
If you have a Pixel 2 device or a higher version you will have some additional tools in Android 11. For example, app suggestions based on your daily routines or new actions with which you can select text and images.
It should be borne in mind that Android 11 has been released in the first place on Pixel devices, OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO and Realme, and over the next few months will be updated on the other brands and models.
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Alphabet salaries revealed: how much Google's parent pays to its major divisions and companies
Alphabet has just over 123,000 full-time employees, but most of them work at Google.
The rest is broken down into what Alphabet refers to as its "Other Bets" : small spin-offs that focus on missions like building drones and solving human aging. Although they like to treat these companies as emerging, the truth is that they are backed by one of the largest technology companies in the world. That means that wages in these "bets" are often quite... high.
Every year, all U.S. companies must disclose how much they offer to foreign workers applying for visas. The Foreign job Certification Office then makes that information public, so at Business Insider We have reviewed the data and dug up the salaries of Alphabet companies like truly, Loon and Wing.
Before we dive in, there are some important caveats: companies only disclose basic compensation, so this does not include stock concessions that are often also included as part of an offer, and it should be mentioned that these data only reflect visa hires, so it is far from an extensive look at company-wide compensation.
Most of the posts are in California, although we have highlighted some that are based elsewhere.
All salary data analyzed are based in the United States, so there may be significant differences from what Alphabet pays in Spain. The data is adjusted to what a Spanish employee would charge if transferred to Google's offices in the United States.