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Soon, Android will finally let you monitor which apps use the most battery life on your phone. If you're confused and thought you already had this functionality, you might be right! Some Android skins, such as the one on the Galaxy S8, and some apps, such as Greenify, already make it possible to detect which applications are draining your phone's battery. However, in the next release of Android Oreo, that feature will at last come standard on Google's mobile OS.

Android Oreo has at last been fully baked, and given a name, and is rolling out to those of you with a Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, or Pixel C; Google says a bunch of other handsets will get Oreo by the end of the year too. So what can you look forward to? Here are the new tricks you'll be able to play around with when your update arrives.

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Android: This week Google started rolling out Android Oreo to devices. It's been available as a public beta for some of the company's more recent Pixel and Nexus devices since May, but now carrier testing is underway for some of those models, so the official version is likely headed to devices sooner rather than later.