Google Android Operating System is Still the Most Innovative Operating System in the World
Google announced its latest version of Android operating system on Wednesday, September 27, 2018.
It is now the most innovative operating system in the world.
It also marks the beginning of a new era for the Google Android ecosystem.
It was released in 2016 and is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The operating system is also designed to be used with an iPhone, iPad and Android phone.
“We’re going to build the best operating system ever for mobile devices,” Google Chief Operating Officer Sundar Pichai said at Google I/O 2018, referring to the OS.
Google has also developed Android Auto and Android Wear.
Android 7.0 Nougat will come out later this year, as well.
Android is the most widely used mobile operating system worldwide, with more than 1 billion Android devices shipped.
Android devices include phones, tablets, and other devices, and it has a market share of about 20% in the U.S., according to StatCounter.
Android has a built-in web browser, but the company is also developing a browser that it can make available to third-party developers.
Google introduced Android 6 in April of this year.
The OS has more than 4 billion downloads, with over 6 billion of those installed in 2017.
Google’s first Android version, Android 7, was released back in March of this the same year.
Google recently began rolling out Android 8, the next major update, to more than one million devices this year as it continues to develop the operating system.
Google is also pushing Android Pay, which will be available in the coming weeks, and the first versions of Google’s Android TV, Android TV Play, Android VR, and Google Glass headsets.
Google also recently launched the Google Home, a smart speaker with a built in speaker, microphone, remote, and more.
The Home will be coming to many more products later this summer.
Google will also start shipping Google Home devices to customers in the United States and Canada in early 2019.
Google said it will have more information about Android 8.1 on Wednesday.