Android 9 Pie Shush

source: Google I/O 18

Quiet your phone with a simple gesture.

Easily turn on Do Not Disturb by flipping your phone face down. Codenamed Shush, it’ll automatically convert the ringer type to DND and help you make the best of your time. Still, people like you and me must have faced this once or twice at least. We always want to stay focused towards family when it comes to having food together, be it lunch or dinner.
But those unwanted notifications drive us away from the nirvana of that Joy. Still, Google JOMO – Joy Of Missing Out is here and they have cracked the perfect formula that will allow us to have our time sorted out for our betterment.
Alright now, Android P’s Shush feature will have the basic meaning of less distraction, helping them from the tempting notifications. Not only texts but also the visual notifications on their screen. We can just turn the phone upside down. It’s easier than anything now to make time for your loved ones.
Take a look at the Demo that Google gave at their annual Developer Conference at Google I/O. He talks about how people struggle to stay away from their phone screens when with family and friends. This made Google become disruptive enough.

Android 9 Pie Wind Down

Disconnect at night.

Wind Down gets your phone ready for bed by letting you schedule changes to the display. Activating Night Light reduces blue light and Grayscale gets rid of all color, reminding you to switch off for the night. This actually makes you wanna use your phone less and the end stop it and go to sleep, hence giving you more time and the balance that you needed.

Android P will help with our Digital Wellbeing, starting with a good night's sleep
source: Google I/O

Well, technology is anything that makes the Human efforts easier in any sort. In this problem statement, we don’t remember and 1 or 2 hours have already slipped by. Technology should also help with this and not prevent it from happening. We use a variety of Apps that are solely designed to keep us in there for a long long time, these apps are custom made like Casinos in Las Vegas. So Google came up with Wind Down.
Still, you can enable this right now on any phone. Go to Developer Settings->Simulate Color Space->Monochromacy and you’re done.

Android P getting Wind Down feature announced at Google I/O
source: Google I/O

As for the name, well, “Pie” is not really a shock, it would have been better for Indians if it was “Peda”. It was the obvious choice, and Google went with it. The extra emphasis on the version number is interesting, though: Google refers to it as “Android 9 Pie,” and the URL for the OS is simply android.com/9. Still, is it just another ploy by Google or is there something more to it?

Android Adaptive Battery

Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Brightness are two new features that take advantage of machine learning. Hence, Google is using machine learning to prioritize system resources and should work well in apps that are optimized for DozeApp Standby, and Background Limits.

Adaptive Brightness learns how to adjust the device brightness throughout the day based on conditions. For example, a user who likes a screen brightness a bit lower than the default setting initially can adjust it manually. Over time, Android will adjust to get a better automatic setting.

Initially, only Pixel will receive an update to Android Pie. Devices that participated in the Beta program from Sony Mobile, Xiaomi, HMD Global, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, and Essential, as well as all qualifying Android One devices, will receive this update by the end of the fall. If you have a Pixel phone, over-the-air updates should have already got to you.

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