When Google issues an Android update, the changes are usually all over the place—fixing issues, adding functionality, playing catch-up with the latest thing Apple added to iOS. It’s how the smartphone wars have evolved, where the two competing operating systems continually match and one-up each other.

But Android 7.0 Nougat is proving to be an exception to this rule, as it actually has a central theme: multitasking. New features like a split-screen view, drag-and-drop functionality, and several nifty shortcuts make this a well-rounded release, and they all work together with the hopes of… more


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