Android Oreo now available for developers. Renamed from Android Go

Android Oreo now available for developers. Renamed from  Android Go
Please dont be confused when I say this is the second time
Google will officially announced Android Oreo (Go Edition). Before now, it was
known as Android Go, this new OS version of Android is designed mainly for
low-end Android devices with low memory and data usage in mind.
Android Oreo (Go Edition) is different from the standard
edition of Oreo in three main areas; firstly, its a streamlined operating system, optimized
default apps
and an optimized
version
of Play Store that
highlights lightweight apps.
Android Oreo now available for developers. Renamed from  Android Go
The Go Edition has improved speed and reliability on low-end
hardware, with 15% faster app performance. You also get 2x more free storage as
the OS and built-in apps take 50% less space. There is also a data saver
feature built-into apps and you can also control your background data
consumption.
The preinstalled Google apps have been redesigned
specifically for Go Edition. It includes Google Go, Google Assistant Go,
YouTube Go, Google Maps Go, Gmail Go, Gboard, Google Play, Chrome, and the new
Files Go app by Google. These apps take up less space on the phone and also
consume less data and resources while running.
Android Oreo now available for developers. Renamed from  Android Go

Lastly, the Play Store itself has been optimized to
highlight lightweight apps. You can still download any app you want but it will
have a Featured Apps section populated by apps optimized for low data use.

Android Oreo now available for developers. Renamed from  Android Go
Android Oreo (Go Edition) will officially release with the
launch of Android 8.1 tomorrow, December 6. It will start shipping on actual
devices in the coming months.
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