And that's why the second area we'll cover and the central focus of the release is security and privacy.
Now, all the years, Android's built a huge site of protection already.
Fire-based encryption, [UNKNOWN] By default, security harness, work profiles and many of these were first on Android.
The Android has the most widely deployed security and anti-malware service of any OS, with Google Play protect.
It runs on every device and it scans over 50 billion apps a day.
At the same time we wanted to go much further.
And that's why Android Q includes almost 50 features focused on security and privacy, all providing more protection, transparency, and control.
So first, in Q we've brought Privacy to the top level in settings, and there you'll find a number of important controls all in one place.
Activity data, location history, ad settings, and you decide whats on or off.
Now location is another place we've created tools for more transparency and control.
Now location can be really helpful, especially when you're lost in a new place.
But it's also some of your most personal information.
And you should, again, always be in control of who you share it with, and how they can use it.
So first, if you're wondering which apps can be accessing your location, we make it easy for you to know.
With Queue, your device will you helpful reminders whenever and add accesses location when you're not actively using that app.
So, you can review and decide.
Do you wanna continue sharing or not.
Second, Queue will give you more control over how you share location date with apps For example, say you wanna get pizza delivered.
You can choose to share your location only while the app is in use and as soon as you close you'll stop sharing location.
Finally, what if you're wondering what kind of location do all my apps have?
In Q we've brought location controls to the forefront in settings.
So you can quickly review every app and change location access with simple controls.
But there's one more really big thing for security.
Now your Android device gets regular security updates already but you still have to wait for the release and you have to reboot when they come.
We want you to get these faster, even faster.
And that's why [INAUDIBLE] We're making a set of OS modules, updatable directly over the air.
So now these can be updated individually as soon as they are available and without a reboot of the device.
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