Android ‘Go’ speeds up apps on low-end phones, as Google targets emerging markets

The specialized version of the operating system, , includes rebuilt versions of Google’s services — including Gmail, Maps and YouTube — that are meant to be lightweight and consume less cellular data. Google first started releasing Go versions of Android in 2018. With this year’s offering, the company says apps will launch 20% faster than they did with last year’s Go software. .

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