However before installing it, you need to keep in your mind that you should uninstall the previous iterations of this app as the names of both the launchers are same - a potential cause for a conflict. You can download the app directly from APKMirror and install it on your phone. The features include New Notifications, Support for Picture-in-Picture Mode, Improvements in connectivity, New Emojis, Improved WebView API, Multiple Display Support, New keyboard features, security and feature enhancements, Improved Doze Mode, and many others.
For example, the big takeaway from the comScore report is that a slight majority users (51 percent) do not download any apps in a month. By contrast, over 65s spend most of their digital time (53 percent) on desktop rather than smartphones (27 percent), and use mobile applications for around 1.6 hours per day. Of the 57 percent of time spent on mobile apps, 50 percent of this takes place on smartphones, while the remaining 7 percent happens on tablets. However, Android users are still gauging if the upgrade will be worth the download.
Millennials' app usage is particularly relevant, since they represent mobile natives that have grown up in the decade since the iPhone introduced smartphone apps. 70 percent of those aged 18 - 34 said they're always looking for new and interesting ones, compared to just 37 percent of those aged 35 - 54 and 22 percent of users over the age of 55. But that hasn't deterred people from going to third-party app stores. That is to say, we simply can't be taught new tricks ... or at least be convinced to download new apps.
Millennials, on the other hand (pun intended), are more likely to position apps on their phones based on "thumb reach" and are increasingly "considering this dynamic". The favourites bar appears at the top of the home screen with all of your favourite apps and an option to add more. There is also an updated list of OEMs and partners that have certified Android devices, check it out here.