So you got yourself a Google Pixel phone.
Good for you.
The phone has a bunch of useful features but not all of them are so obvious.
Here are four hidden tricks you might not know about the Pixel.
First, reduce your app data usages by turning on data saver.
Go to the Settings menu, under Data Usage, hap Data Saver.
Toggle this on, and start clamping down which app can Can and Can't.
Send and receive data in the background.
Second, turn on your notification light.
Go to Notifications and Settings and hit the cogwheel on top.
Has a long pulse notification light.
And voila, a tiny little light will now flash when you have a missed call or a new notification.
Next we all know the square hot keys calls up your recent apps.
But on a Pixel you can go straight into your last Choose apps by double tapping the same tap key.
Finally, if you're ever bored with your Pixel play a round of trivia with the phone's onboard AI, Google Assistant.
Summon her by pressing the home.
[INAUDIBLE] And then tell her, I'm feeling lucky.
Afterward, get ready for a five question round of trivia or more if you want, that'll entertain you enough for ten minutes.
Who knows, you might also end up learning a thing or two.
For more tips and tricks on the Google Pixel head over to seenit.com.
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