Friday, December 17, 2021

Android 12 GO Edition Will Make Phones Faster And More Efficient

Android 12 Go Edition has been announced by Google. According to the company, the OS for low-cost phones would make your smartphone up to 30% faster when it launches in 2022. This builds on Google's prior 20% improvement with Android 11 Go Edition. The launch animations have also been smoothed out, according to the company.

If you're short on space, a new feature in the operating system lets you save both battery life and storage by hibernating apps you don't use very often. You can also utilize Files Go to remove something safely and then restore it after 30 days. Meanwhile, Nearby Share has received an upgrade that allows you to save data by transferring apps between devices. Separately, if you ever need to translate a webpage, a newly added shortcut on the recent applications interface can help you do so quickly.

Android 12 Go Edition is all about privacy features, in addition to performance tweaks. The privacy dashboard from Android 12 is now available in Go Edition. It allows you to see all of the permissions that your apps have and revoke them as needed. You'll also be able to check if your phone's microphone or camera are turned on thanks to new privacy indicators in the status bar. With the update, you'll be able to restrict apps to simply viewing your approximate position rather than your precise location. You may now create a temporary guest account directly from the lock screen if you ever want to let someone use your device. When they're finished, Android Go Edition 12 will immediately reset your phone.

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