Google announced the latest mobile OS, Android Oreo. As with every new release, Android Oreo brings some new features to your device such as Picture-in-Picture mode, Notification Dots, among others. Google also overhauled its entire set of emoji with more expressions. While the internet was flooded with solar eclipse images, Android Oreo also made its way in. Here s a look at what users across the globe had to say about Android Oreo on Twitter. Also Read - Google Workspace now available for everyone, including free Google account ownersAlso Read - Twitter friends/followers seeking your unwanted attention could be Unmentioned
Social reactions don’t count without the funny ones. Here’s a look at some of them who took a humor jab at Google.
Saved the best for the last. Android Oreo featuring US President Donald Trump.
As for some, they were pretty disappointed with the rollout of Android Oreo, for reasons cited below.
The emoji haters –
This lot didn’t seem pleased with the name. ALSO READ: Android Oreo: List of devices supported and OS rollout plan
But this one seems utterly pleased with Oreo.
Rejoices on guessing the name right.
Oreo isn’t so sweet after all for this chap.
This one has a problem with the logo itself.
And finally, this one’s already thinking ahead.
Android Oreo brings with it a host of features, although with some limitations. The initial devices to receive the OS update are Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel C and Nexus Player. Elaborating on some of its features, Notification Dots will show a quick preview of unread alerts without having to open the app.
Picture-in-Picture mode will let you use two apps at the same, for example video chatting and using the calendar app simultaneously. More features include auto-turn Wi-Fi, adaptive icons, longer battery life, downloadable fonts, notification categories and snoozing, and background location limits. ALSO READ: Android Oreo: Here s a look at some of its sweetest features