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In November, we’ve informed you that Samsung started beta testing the Nougat update for its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge and until December 31, the company continued to release updates that fixed many bugs. All features and modifications that were available in the Nougat beta release have been included in the final form of the update, which also contains the latest Android security patch from Google. For now, Android Nougat 7.0 is rolling out to a few users, but soon it will be available to all owners.

In many articles, we’ve mentioned some of the new features that Google has introduced in the seventh version of Android, but in case you’re reading about them for the first time, then you’ll be interested to learn more about the multi-window view feature, which will allow you to run two apps side by side, at the same time, but you will also be able to view two Chrome tabs, clear all recent apps, get notifications bundled into one alert, reply to messages directly from the notification etc.

In addition, an Easter Egg has been hidden in the operating system, and this time, the Neko Atsume-like feature will allow you to collect a variety of cats. The game can be found in the settings menu, and once you start playing it and a cat shows up, you will need to feed it.

We remind you that a month ago, Google has released Android 7.1.1 Nougat, which brought “many of the cool features of Pixel to everyone.” It was rumored that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will be updated directly to this version in some markets, but there are no reports about this until now. Android 7.1.1 comes with new emoji, new GIFs in Google Allo, Google Messenger and Hangouts, a new camera app, app shortcuts and new Image Keyboard, which will allow you to send stickers.

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