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Here’s Everything That is New in Android 7.1

The Android team has detailed the changes in Android 7.1, which is labeled as an “incremental” update to the existing Android 7.0 build. Even with a label like incremental, though, there are still plenty of goodies baked in. Let’s take a gander at what’s new.  As listed by Google, a lot of these changes are developer-facing, meaning […] Here’s Everything That is New in Android 7.
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