This was mentioned on xda-dev. If it rolls out to all Android users, that will be an even nicer experience for the future.
For now, I’m definitely enjoying Nougat’s new features on an HTC10, my current smartphone.
Some of my favs from 7.0 Nougat:
- Even better battery life
- Collapsed notifications
- Dual window display at times for any Nougat supported phone model out there.
Saw the Google app updated with some useful commands.. Nice for the whole world!
Offline voice actions (play music, turn on wifi, turn on flashlight) (*Available in US only)
This last weekend I had less than ideal data speeds on my phone so streaming tubes through Pandora wasn’t an option. I only had a few songs on my phone and wanted something different. Ended up finding the pitch and speed controls on the Android music player and it fit the bill.
Find it at:
Music library (First screen of the app) > ellipsis button > Settings > Audio Effects > Pitch and Speed.
So changing the speed or tone of music or choosing or an activity in life will give some variety without requiring something completely new.
Hope that helps folks out.