The most notable update in this version is the way Android handles notifications. Google is making a big change in this version by separating conversations from other notifications. Sometimes important conversations get buried in the notification share, Android 11 changes this by giving priority to conversation notifications. You can also pop these notifications into a floating bubble.
The most annoying things about listing to music and multitasking on Android is switching between apps to change the audio output. In the connected age, most users have connected speakers such as Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and other Bluetooth speakers in the home. Android 11 offers a convenient way to switch between audio output in the notification shade. You can also resume the music sessions right from the same menu.
Google now provides easier access to devices. You can simply long press on the power button to bring up controls for various devices. The feature will allow users to easily change controls for all connected devices in the home.
After Android 10, Google has started taking privacy very seriously. In this version, Google is providing apps one-time access to certain features like your camera or microphone. If you haven’t used a certain app in a long time, it will auto rest all the permissions associated with the app. The device will send you a notification about the same too.