With Android 14, One UI 6.0 Will Kill Background Apps For Reliable User Experience

Samsung is known to be a very innovative company and is very popular for its Android devices, and every year it adds new additions to its existing lineup. To provide them with additional improvements, the Korean tech giant often introduces new updates known as One UI. Starting with Android 14 and One UI 6.0, Google and Samsung will bring various significant changes to your Galaxy devices. One may be the killing of background apps to deliver the best app user experience at all times. 

Samsung and other Android holders are very serious about killing background apps to save battery life and provide seamless interpretation for Android device users. For your information, in Android OS, some apps must run all the time to provide a seamless user experience, while background activity limits ruin the rich UI.

According to the latest report, Google and Samsung announced a partnership that has resulted in a unified policy to create a more consistent and reliable user experience for Galaxy users. In addition, starting with Android 14, Google aims to “make it easier for developers to build apps that work consistently across different Android devices.”

Looking to solve these consistency challenges, we are announcing deeper partnerships with Android hardware manufacturers to help ensure APIs for background work are supported predictably and consistently across the ecosystem.—GOOGLE

As per the report, Samsung has been chosen as the first partner to provide the best app user experience. Since One UI 6.0, “foreground services of apps targeting Android 14 will be guaranteed to work as intended so long as they are developed according to Android’s new foreground service API policy.”

To strengthen the Android platform, our collaboration with Google has resulted in a unified policy that will create a more consistent and reliable user experience for Galaxy users.—SAMSUNG

With Android 14, Google (with DP1) announced a trio of changes:


Samsung One UI 6.0 based on Android 14

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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