Hello friends today we are here for sharing a some  super cool features of android 10 which is very useful for your mobile phone.. that features will make your smartphones very cool so please read the article till the end to understand how to apply that features on your  smartphones...so lets start guys....

Android 10 

1. Gesture navigation

Using buttons to play with your smartphones is too odd in now generation that's why in android 10 the this new features is helping you to swipe your apps by toucing screen from bottom swipe up and hold to switch between apps , swipe from side screen help you go back , from bottom swipe up one time  to go on homescreen...

You can find settings  Settings > System > Gestures > System navigation and select Gesture navigation

2. Dark mode

In previous year as you can see the dark mode was not avilable in some smartphones, but now in android 10 updates this new features added and good news for smartphone users.. it enhances visual ergonomics by reducing eye strain and adjust according to current light condtion and providing comfort us at night...



3. privacy settings

Android 10 has a new 'Privacy' menu in the Settings app. While most of the options here are not new, it does consolidate all privacy-related settings in a single place, which is convenient.

Here you can change what data gets sent to Google, what permissions all your apps have, what alerts appear on your lock screen, and more.

4. Undo removal app

Have you ever removed an app from your home screen accidentally, only to realize you can't remember which app was there? I have.

In Android 10, you have a few seconds after an app has been removed to undo the change. You'll find the undo button along the bottom of the screen. Press it and the app is back where it belongs.

5. Live Caption

As a way to make Android more accessible, Google developed Live Caption. The feature will live-caption any video that's being played, even without a data connection. To activate Live Caption, play a video and then press a volume button. The volume slider that shows up will have a caption button at the bottom -- tap it. Then you can move the caption by dragging it around the screen. 

Live Caption was originally only available on the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL ($900 at Best Buy), and eventually made its way to the rest of the Pixel lineup. When the Galaxy S20 launches March 6, Samsung's newest phones will be the first non-Pixel phones to have access to Live Caption.