The developer preview of Android O is out, and there are some interesting features.

The developer preview of Android O is out, and there are some interesting features

The developer preview of Android O is out, and there are some interesting features. This is not revealed yet by Google that what ‘O’ stands for? Some rumors believe its “orange” while others believe its “Oreo”. According to our analysis team it should be “Oreo”. As we all know all the previous versions of android are on the name of candies and sweets. So we think that 99.9% its Oreo but .1% it can be orange because no one can predict the Google strategy.

Android O introduces a variety of new features and capabilities for users and developers. This Blog highlights what’s new for users and developers.

Here are some interesting features in this new version:

Better Battery Life:  In Android 7.0 Nougat we have seen a lot of features such as Doze mode. With Android O, Google is further cracking down on erratic apps consuming the battery in the background. Android O will automatically limit what an app can do or cannot do when it is open in background. This feature will stop an app from consistently using data when it is not the main app.

Notification Channel: This feature allows user to have a granular control on each notification channel. For user it will be possible to set notification priorities an importance level through an entire channel.

For example: user might setup separate notification channel for each conversation group created by user. By this user can choose how news based notification or text alerts will be displayed.

Auto fill: This feature allows to user which autofill app they want to use, it will be able to fill password and other details across the whole operating system.

Picture in Picture mode: By this feature user can minimize whatever video they are watching and will be able to use another app during watching the video.

Audio improvements: Google introducing new Bluetooth audio codecs to enable connecting and streaming to wireless audio devices at higher quality such as LDAC.

Adaptive icons: By this feature user can create adaptive icons that the system display in different shapes.

Here some risky point where hackers attack to your website

Why Security is Important for Your Business ??

Your website is your brand, your storefront and first contact with your customers. If your website is not safe and secure, then your business relationships can be compromised. The hackers can attack on your website for stealing customer information like their names and email address, stealing credit card and other transaction information, adding your website to infected site and they can also hijack or crack your website.

Here some risky point where hackers attack to your website.

Inside attacks: Hackers can target on your credential information to gain access of your company information. By this they can misuse you’re your information.

Malware: Basically malware designed to infect and harm a system. In general term hackers can affect anything from virus to advertising their product or brand. It can force the users into another network or program which can be controlled remotely by hackers.

Spamming: Hackers attack to your website for spamming purpose. They can send bulk of message from your server. Because of spamming your server can be blacklisted.

Password attacks: If your website security is not strong then hackers can easily get users login id or password from your website. They can destroy your business relationship, customers trust from your brand.

Interception: In a insecure website, hackers can get data like customer’s credit card number or address. The data is used by the criminals to sell on, purchasing and other criminal activities.

These types of attack are bad impression for your business. Your website go down completely or your customer could confused or leave your brand or business. Your brand can lose customers trust.

So make a strong website for safe and security purpose.

Contact us. We have a web team specifically dedicated to keeping your website safe, secure, and up-to-date every day.

6 Black Hat Techniques That Are Killing Your SEO

6 Black Hat Techniques That Are Killing Your SEO: Solution Uncle

Black Hat SEO is normally defined as the practice of using unprincipled techniques to make your search rankings on top.

Automatically generated content:
Some websites are generating content via the Software. This type of content is very harm for website ranking according to Google search guideline. Automatically generated content has a lot of errors like grammar error, meaningless sentences. You should avoid them.

Cloaking:
Cloaking term is refers to displaying different content for users and Google bots. Cloaking is breaking Google webmaster guideline. This technique is extremely dangerous for website ranking. You should avoid the cloaking.

Sneaky redirects:
This is also high level black hat techniques. The website gets high ranking in Google and if users are open that website has to redirect to another domain within 1-2 second that is called sneaky redirection. This technique is used for misleading the user. This is unsafe for website ranking. You should avoid the sneaky redirection.

Hidden text or links:
This technique is very dangerous for website ranking. In this technique text and link color match with website background color that is called hidden. Most of using these techniques for improving the keyword density and keyword stuffing. You should avoid these techniques to improve website ranking in search engine.

Duplicate Content:
One of the most common techniques that very harmful for your website is content duplication. A duplicate content can decrease your rank in search results.  If most of your content is duplicated, there’s a large probability that your website will be punished and lose rankings.

Keyword Stuffing:
This technique is also dangerous for your website’s rank. By means of keyword stuffing is process of inserting large number of keywords into web page content and meta content for increasing the page’s rank. You should avoid this technique.