Android Nougat
Android 7.1 will bring in Daydream VR support for the Nexus 6P. JEFF PACHOUD/AFP/Getty Images

Google’s latest Android Nougat update is hitting Pixel and Nexus devices as of Monday, bringing version 7.1.1 features to the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, the Pixel C tablet, the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X smartphones, the Nexus 9 tablet and the Nexus Player dongle.

The software is hitting devices wirelessly, but users can also install the update manually by flashing factory images provided by Google.

The Pixel smartphones will receive the NMF26O build Android 7.1.1 Nougat software, while the Pixel C will receive the NMF26H build. All Nexus 6P models except Verizon, Nexus 5X models and Nexus 9 models will receive the NMF26F build and the Nexus Player will receive the NMF26J build. Users can find Android 7.1.1 Nougat factory images here.

Devices will officially get such new features as App shortcuts, circular app icons and updates to the Google keyboard, among others. The update will also include Google’s December 2016 security patch, which addresses six critical vulnerabilities, 21 high-severity vulnerabilities and 12 moderate vulnerabilities.

Users can expect device manufacturers that haven’t already announced Android update plans may now update devices to Android 7.1.1. This version may also be the software run on devices that will be announced and launched in early 2017.

The Nexus 6 will no longer receive software support as of October 2016 and will update to Android 7.0.0 instead of Android 7.1.1, according to XDA developers.