Now the same on-device machine learning power is another useful queue feature, which is Smart Reply.
With Smart Reply, the OS helpfully suggests what you'll type next.
It'll predict the text field type, even emoji.
And it's a huge time saver.
What's really cool is this works now for all messaging apps in Android.
Like in signal you can see the OS providing these helpful suggestions.
And smart reply can now even predict the actions you'll take.
So say a friend sends you an address, and normally you'd copy and paste that into Maps.
That's kind of a hassle.
With smart reply you just tap and it will open for you.
And all this is saving you time.
On device machine learning powers everything from this incredible breakthroughs like live caption to help for everyday features like smart reply.
And it does this with no user input ever leaving the phone, all of which protects user privacy.
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So you can activate it by using the quick tile or by turning on battery saver and in fact it will help you save battery.
Your only display is one of the most power hungry components in your phone.
So by lighting up less pixels will save you better.
So that's innovation, but we feel all innovation must happen within a frame of security and privacy.
People now carry phones constantly, and we trust them with a lot of personal information.
You should always be in control of what you share and who you share it with.
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