Over the past couple of years, Android phones have become increasingly secure and Android Q will take it to a whole new level. In the new operating system, users will have greater control over apps and what permissions they give. For example, Android Q will provide users with three options for location tracking. One when the app is in use, another when the app is running in the background and the third option to completely turn off location tracking.
Additionally, Google is hoping to ensure that app usage is not interrupted by another app taking over the screen, such as full screen ads for apps that run in the background.