Android 11 Review

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The official release of Android 11 is here, and with it, Google is giving users plenty of control over their device, their smart home, their privacy, and their communication with contacts. Jason Howell summarizes the key features of this new release, and shares his view on these new features after living with them throughout the beta period for months.

• Conversations.
• Bubbles.
• Screen Recorder.
• Voice Access.
• Device controls.
• Media controls.
• One-Time Permissions.
• Background location access.
• Permissions auto-reset.
• Mainline.

Host: Jason Howell
Hands-On Android Episode 30
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