AH Weekly Poll: What Do You Like Most About Android N So Far?

While there was quite a bit of news this week, in the Android world the most groundbreaking new information came along with the official announcement about Android N, as well as the developer preview of the software that Google launched alongside it. With Android N now out in the open and the first developer preview available, loads of users with compatible Nexus devices are flashing the first build of the software to get an early taste of what it has to offer. While there is still much that is yet to be learned from the new software version to come, a handful of changes and new features have already been discovered and are making their rounds through the devices of various users.

Of all the changes that have been noticed so far, the split-screen multi-window functionality is likely one of if not the most talked about feature, simply because it's one that users have been wanting for quite some time with stock Android software. There are other nice things about Android N though that are hopefully going to stick around for the final build, such as the return of the night mode color theme and the new red filter feature that applies a tint to the display system-wide. There are also a bunch of new things you can do with the overview button, and Android N has some improvements made to the Doze Mode feature as it will now kick in even when the phone is not stationary. There's quite a few more changes included with the dev preview than what's listed here, but these are simply some of the biggest changes. So, what do you like most about Android N so far?

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