And lastly, all the code enhancements mean that pesky "Android is starting" post-update screen, in which all of your third-party apps have to be optimised before launching the OS, will be gone forever.
Also, you'll be able to double-tap the Recents button from anywhere to switch over to your last-used app, making multitasking easier and faster than ever.
Additionally, Android TV will get a new picture-in-picture mode in Android N, letting you continue to watch video in a small pane while, say, browsing the Play Store or accessing other apps and info.
For example, the new system-wide ability to reply directly to messaging notifications in-line means you don't have to pop into an app to send a quick response.
You'll also see the top five most-used icons up top thanks to some slick streamlining of the notifications bar, although you can pull down to find the rest.
Android N can also trim down your data usage, thanks to a data saver function that nudges your apps to cut down on wasteful cellular data use.