Android Pie - The Ninth Sweet Version Of Android

Android is the world's most popular mobile operating system. Most smartphone users denote that the Android mobile operating system is easy to learn and easy to use when compared to other available operating systems. Google and Open Handset Alliance launched the initial Android version as Android 1.0 without codename on September 23, 2008. Google uses confectionery names in alphabetical order for their Android versions and the first confectionary name was Petit Four and it was the unofficial name for Android 1.1. The latest stable version of  Android is Android Pie and it is the ninth version of the Android.

Technical Fact About Android

Android works as an open-source mobile operating system based on a modified version of the Linux kernel which means anyone can study the system and design their own version of the system and distribute it. That is why Android is more popular than mobile operating systems. The Android operating system has been written in using Java (UI), C (core), C++  and other languages. The Android operating system is available for tablet computers, Android TVs, Smartwatches and Android Auto in addition to smartphones. Android is available in over 100 languages by now.

Android Version History

(No codename) - Android 1.0
Petit Four - v1.1
Cupcake - v1.5
Donut - v1.6
Eclair - v2.0 - v 2.1
Froyo - v2.2 - v2.2.3
Gingerbread - v2.3 - v2.3.7
Honeycomb - v3.0 - v3.2.6
Ice Cream Sandwich - v4.0 - v4.0.4
Jelly Bean - v4.1 - v4.3.1
KitKat - v4.4 - v4.4.4
Lollipop - v5.0 - v5.1.1
Marshmallow - v6.0 - v6.0.1
Nougat - v7.0 - v7.1.2
Oreo - v8.0 - v 8.1
Pie - 9.0
Android Q - 10.0 (Latest preview Version)

Android Pie 

The latest version of Android is Android Pie and Google released it on August 6, 2018. The latest release was the Pie 9.0.0 and it was launched in March 2019. Android Pie is the successor to Android Oreo.

Android Pie Features

Google has developed Android Pie as artificial intelligence to get more from smartphones. It can adapt to the way the user uses it. It learns from the users' preferences and always dedicate to give better, smoother and faster experience every time the user uses the device. The adaptive battery in Android Pie gives you the change go further in a single charge. When you use the device, Pie learns the way you use the device, the apps you frequently use and adapt battery power to give more run on a sing charge. As same as the battery, Pie learns your brightness preferences and adjust the brightness automatically.

Digital wellbeing Feature

Digital wellbeing Feature has been designed to enhance the wellbeing of Android Pie users. This feature includes Do Not Disturb,
App dashboard, Wind Down and App timers

Do not disturb feature has been improved only to receive starred calls and notification sounds have been muted

App dashboard shows  the time that they are spending on the smartphone and using the app

Wind Down allows users to set up a daily schedule until comes to the bedtime. When schedule ends screen become gray and indicate you are ready for restful sleep

App timers allow you to set a specific time period for a specific app to control the over usage of a specific app

System Usability Enhancements

You can see apps you are using frequently on your device screen even it is locked. Apps  like calendar events and weather are always on your screen

Android Pie allows you to take screenshot directly through the Power menu

Now, you do not want to worry about your to-do list because Android Pie is there for you to remind what you have to do now. App actions features on Android Pie predict your next task and show you

Intuitive Navigation on Android Pie allows you to switch between apps more quickly and naturally. It shows the full-screen size image of recently used apps

Android Pie surfaces interactive snippets of apps in different locations such as  Google Search. So, you can grab the important details very quickly without navigating to the original app

Camera Feature

Android Pie comes with awesome improved camera features. Multi-camera support features on Android Pie allows developers to use two or more physical cameras to create awesome camera experiences. Also, if your device is compatible Android Pie can use external USB / UVC cameras too

Other Useful Features

Multiple users - Android Pie allows users to share their devices with other preferred users

Work tab for Launcher - If you want to separate your work life and personal life you can use Work tab for Launcher. It allows you to separate your works app visually and gather them under the work tab. You can turn off apps after finishing the work with a simple toggle

Multiple Bluetooth connections - Android Pie allows users to connect five Bluetooth devices to the smartphone at once and allows users to use all the five devices at once. So, you will never miss an important call where ever you are in are covered by the Bluetooth devices

HD Audio - Delivers clearer, sharper and high-quality HD audio along with improved performances


When dive into the Android Pie, it seems that it is more suitable for the modern and busy lifestyles. If you are looking forward to switching to Android smartphone from other smartphone or  try to buy Android smartphone freshly Android Pie may provide what you are looking for


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