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Android P: an exclusive first look at Google’s most ambitious update in years

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  • Katz Ishida
    Katz IshidaEngineer at Quartz

    Can't wait. Actually I'm not so interested in the UI changes. But interested in the things as follows.

    > Dashboard showing “how you’re spending time on your device, including ..., and how many notifications you’ve received.”

    Handling notifications is an issue these days for everybody.

    Android is way ahead of iOS regarding it.

    > Set time limits for individual apps.

    Will use it because I want to control my unintended time consumption like SNS, games and whatever.

    - GOOGLE LENS CAN COPY TEXT FROM

    Can't wait. Actually I'm not so interested in the UI changes. But interested in the things as follows.

    > Dashboard showing “how you’re spending time on your device, including ..., and how many notifications you’ve received.”

    Handling notifications is an issue these days for everybody.

    Android is way ahead of iOS regarding it.

    > Set time limits for individual apps.

    Will use it because I want to control my unintended time consumption like SNS, games and whatever.

    - GOOGLE LENS CAN COPY TEXT FROM THE REAL WORLD INTO YOUR PHONE

    Want to use it when quoting from reading books.

  • I love and appreciate this approach. Technology is growing, shaping, and reshaping our culture by the minute. There has been great conversation on social responsibility of technology, digital use, etc. It’s great to see a tech company assess and put plans in place that help us better define and exercise appropriate use of technology. Great forward thinking!

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