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Android 10, formerly known as Android Q, was released today to the general public.
This new update includes 65 new gender-inclusive emojis.
The new Dark theme, as Google calls it uses true black backgrounds to keep your battery alive for longer. Moreover, it changes the way your Google apps look, such as Calendar, Photos and Gmail.
We’ve covered all the latest features Android 10 has to offer in our recent post. Do check it out.
Also worth noting is a Digital Wellbeing feature. Digital Wellbeing provides you with a daily view on how often you check your phone and how often different applications are used. With daily app timers, you can then set boundaries and unplug with features like Wind Down at night.
Android 10 will also debut on the new Google Pixel 4, which is likely to come out in October. You can check out Google’s Official Android 10 page here.
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