Over the past several days, I’ve been exploring what might just be one of the most meaningful Android advancements in recent memory.
It’s a shiny new feature that’s poised to change the very way we interact with our devices. It’s also one of those things you really have to experience to fully grasp — because it’s essentially taking an existing function and reframing how we use it. But subtle of a shift as that may be, it is incredibly significant in terms of real-world value.
The feature, while technically brand new and in the midst of rolling out to a very small subset of Android devices right now, is also quite familiar. In fact, if you’ve been paying attention to Android for long, you’ll almost certainly make the connection between it and an eerily similar system from nearly a decade ago.