10 cool android features you should be using

Live Caption: This feature captions media playing on your phone in real-time, including videos, podcasts, and even calls.  This is great for accessibility purposes or if you need to know what's being said in a video without sound. 

Digital Wellbeing:  This suite of tools  helps you track your phone usage and set goals to reduce screen time or app usage. You can also set Wind Down to schedule a time for your phone to go into grayscale and silence notifications before bed. 

Google Assistant:  Your virtual assistant on Android can answer your questions,  set reminders and alarms, control smart home devices, and more. You can even activate it by saying "Hey Google" or squeezing your phone (on some models). 

Split Screen:  This feature lets you use two apps side-by-side on your screen. This is great for multitasking, such as checking email while watching a video or comparing prices on different shopping websites.

One-Handed Mode:  If you have a large phone, this mode can make it easier to use with one hand. It shrinks the usable screen size to one side of the phone and makes it easier to reach everything with your thumb. 

Dark Theme:  Dark theme can help save battery life on phones with OLED screens and can also be easier on your eyes in low-light conditions. You can enable it system-wide or just for certain apps.

Night Light: This feature reduces the blue light emitted from your phone's screen at night. This can help you sleep better by making it easier to relax before bed. 

Notification History:  Ever accidentally swipe away an important notification? Notification History lets you see all of your recent notifications, even if you've dismissed them.

Smart Lock:  This feature lets your phone stay unlocked in certain locations or situations, such as when you're connected to a trusted Wi-Fi network or when your phone is connected to a wearable device.

App Pinning: This feature lets you pin an app to the screen so that you can't accidentally switch to another app. This is useful for when you need to focus on a particular task, such as using a banking app or filling out a form.