We have already known that the next version of Android was released by Google last week on August 21 which was also the day of Full Solar Eclipse for the United States. At the event held by Google at its headquarters, the company revealed the next version of Android along with its name which is Android 8.0 Oreo. We have also known that the next version of Android has already been released for the Nexus and Pixel devices as is the case with the latest updates released by Google which has been traditionally released on this devices first.
Now that the next version of Android has been released so the wait for developers to support and release Android 8.0 Oreo supported apps has also been growing among the fans of Android. Now we are happy to report that one of the apps which is also the most used application from a long time on XDA now supports Android 8.0 Oreo. This app is the L Speed mod application which was first available on XDA in 2013 and the application is still going strong by Android ROM users who like to customize some aspects of their device.
If we look at the L Speed application then this application has various profiles which are used for enhancing battery life, as well as power profiles, are also present inside the app in order to enhance the charging speeds as well as power management on the device.
Now, the developers has announced that beta testers for this app are needed so as to check its compatibility with Android 8.0 Oreo. In order to test the application and become a beta tester on the Google Play Store, we have added a link in the source to join the beta testing for the application which will direct you to the beta tester page on the Play Store. However, keep in mind that this is needed for Android 8.0 Oreo users as other Android versions are already supported by the application