Android 7.0 Nougat Overview: All the features, none of the fluff

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Android 7.0 Nougat has been officially released! We’re going to give you a tour of the new OS along with the new Android Nougat features, the new looks, and everything else! Stay tuned for our official Android Nougat review which is coming up soon!

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50 thoughts on “Android 7.0 Nougat Overview: All the features, none of the fluff

  1. Android 7 is the most unstable of all the Android os I've used. The font and screen settings rarely work, the website pages refresh even if the page fully loads and a website page I go to usually stops and I go back to the chrome page. I don't have any viruses, Trojans, worms or spyware. I've made all the suggested tweaks to it and it's not my tablet or wifi connection. I thought it may just be my tablet so I tested it on my other tablet and phone with the same results. It was slightly more stable on a PC so it could be that using it mobile may be the problem. Also other people I've talked to have the same problem. I'm considering using another mobile os or somehow uninstalling this version and going back to an earlier version of Android.

  2. I don't like it .. the update changed my lock screen time display to vertical and apparently removed the clock setting in my now I'm stuck with an ugly vertical time display

  3. I keep seeing a lot of "new features" for 7.0 and 8.0 which I already have on my Galaxy S4 (Android 5.1). Guess switching to a new phone (and new Android version) will be quite boring…

  4. Can I still use my Samsung themes on this software? I purchased a few in the passed and was thinking of switching over but not sure yet. Don’t wanna let my awesome themes go to waste 😉

  5. I have a question, i have this on my samsung tablet & lg phone but my phone doesn't have device manager like my tablet under settings. Why is this, isn't it a part of android

  6. I remember being able to reply to apps, messages or even give a thumbs up reply via FB on KitKat via the notifications when the LG G3 was newish. I actually miss KitKat. Notifications were all different and custom instead of boring cookie-cutter white for everything. Eh. Things change.

  7. I watch this from ios11, and just get melting. Before watch this, i watch Oreo version and i have nothing to say. This is why people love open source, flexibility but beautifull. Google developer always use their god-mode. (Whiteflag)

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