CREO Fuel OS May 2016 update for Mark 1 released
After launching the CREO Mark 1 last month with the custom Fuel OS, CREO has now released the first update as promised.
CREO has announced the release of the Fuel OS May 2016 update for the CREO Mark 1. The update adds Enhance photo editor, Data Manager, Selfie Flash while improving the overall performance of the smartphone. Also in tow are the upgrades for the existing Sense and Echo features.
The Data Manager allows users to save cellular data consumption by regulating data access. It Informs the user about how much background data is being used out of their total data consumption and provides simple toggles to restrict unwanted apps from consuming background mobile data.
The Enhance feature is a Light and Quick Photo-Editor that allows for quick and easy photo editing such as Crop, Transform and Adjust images in addition to setting Vignettes and applying various Filters. The Selfie Flash lights up the display for a split second radiating a burst of light offering well-lit selfies using the front facing camera.
Using the Sense features, users can Enter Calculations and get real-time results, WhatsApp any contact directly with a simple Double Tap on the Home Button, add a Phone number to contacts, search for Apps directly on the Play Store.
The Echo Mode directs all calls to Echo without the involvement of the user, Smart triggers automatically turns on when the phone is on Silent Mode or when an upcoming meeting is detected on the user’s calendar.
Speaking about the release, Sai Srinivas, CEO & Co-Founder, CREO, said, “We’re overwhelmed to see the initial response to the CREO Mark 1. As promised exactly a month back, we are glad to roll out our first update to Fuel OS – updates which utilize the amazing capabilities that Android has to offer, and will bring in entirely new experiences for our Mark 1 users. A number of conversations with users, developers and industry influencers have helped shape our May update with their suggestions and feedback. Our sincere thanks to our community of Makers. With them, we’ll keep making Android better.”