If you’re like most users, you’re probably using your phone to download apps from Apple’s App Store.
But you might not know that many of those apps come with a bunch of spyware that could allow a malicious app to run on your phone.
And if you’re an Android user, you might have a hard time telling the difference between apps from Google Play and the apps you can download from Google’s own app store.
But there’s a way to keep your apps safe, and that’s to install a different version of Android each time you install a new app.
And now that Google is getting into the game with Android 7.0 Nougat, it seems likely that this approach will continue to be part of Android 7 for years to come.
“The goal here is to be able to say ‘OK Google, you have this new version of this app,'” Google’s head of Android development, James Damore, said during an earnings call with analysts earlier this month.
Google says it has a list of apps that don’t work with 7.1 Nougats that can be installed as per normal and will still be available for download.
That’s important because Google has long been aware of security vulnerabilities that can lead to malicious apps stealing information and making you less safe.
“We do not have any plans to remove the Android app store from the platform,” Google told reporters.
“Android 7.x, 8.x and 8.1 are the most secure versions, and we don’t want to compromise the security of the Android platform by allowing apps to install malicious apps.”
There are a couple of other ways you can use Android 7 Nougts to make your life easier.
You can disable apps that aren’t in the Google Play store, which is where the majority of apps are, and also block the app stores from being used in apps you don’t use.
Google is also introducing a new “Android Runtime” SDK that will let developers build applications that can run on the devices running Android 7 or 8.
Google has been working on a set of new APIs that will allow developers to build apps that can work on all of the new Android 7 and 8 devices.
Google and its partners have been working with companies like Google Play to develop a set to build the new APIs and to support the new features that will be available to apps on Android 7 devices.
Android 7 will also allow developers access to the new “platform sandbox,” which will allow apps to run in the background when the device is locked.
This sandbox lets apps run even when a user has turned off the screen and has the phone connected to Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, so that apps won’t have to be run in a background app when the phone is off.
“In a lot of cases, developers don’t need to be on-device, they can just download the app, and it will run as expected,” Damore said.
“They don’t have access to their app’s code or to any other code that’s running in the system.”
Google and other developers are still working to develop the new sandbox, and Damore acknowledged that the company still needs to work out a few things with the Android Runtime.
The “platform security sandbox” can’t be used on devices running older versions of Android, and the “platform services sandbox” will only work on Android devices running the Android 7 update.
But developers are excited to be getting these new APIs, and they hope they will help them build apps for Android 7 users.
“One of the goals of the platform sandbox is to make it easy for developers to take advantage of new features of Android and make sure they’re not taking advantage of vulnerabilities,” Damoresaid.
“It’s not going to make developers rich, but it’s a good starting point for developers.”
And the “system services sandbox,” in addition to the sandbox, will also let developers take advantage a new feature of Android 8.0 called the “unlock screen” feature.
“This is a new API that is part of the Google Developer Platform and that is used by developers to allow them to unlock a device and give access to apps, but without having to be connected to the Internet,” Damorsaid.
This feature allows developers to create apps that will run in background and don’t require the user to be in the foreground.
“So developers can build apps where the user can unlock the device with their own fingerprint or their voice, without having the user have to go into the background,” Damorasaid.
You might not need this feature, but if you are one of those developers that doesn’t want the “feature” in your app, you can still use it.
And the developers at Google have been pushing for the ability to unlock your phone with your fingerprint for some time.
Android 8 will let you unlock your Android phone using your fingerprint even if you aren’t connected to WiFi or Bluetooth.
But now that the