Google launches the latest beta version of Android 13 – tablets and phones – news

Google has released the latest beta version of Android 13. The version only contains a number of bug fixes, but since the last beta, no new features have been added. Google promises to provide more information about the final release in the coming weeks.

It had been clear for months that the last beta would be released in July, because it was already on the roadmap. Latest beta version Wednesday evening† Google also designates the beta version as a release candidate. “This update includes a release candidate for Android 13 for Pixel devices and an Android emulator.”

With a promise to provide more information about the final release in the coming weeks, it appears that Google is aiming to release Android 13 before the end of the summer. The latest version of Android 12 it was in october† Android versions released earlier are usually August and September.

In Android 13, the search giant previously announced, apps can have basic versions of their icons for use in “themed icons”. As a result, all icons are in the same style and in the same color scheme.Android 13 also gets a new WiFi permission, NEARBY_WIFI_DEVICES. With this permission, apps will be able to connect to other Wi-Fi devices without sharing the device’s location and giving permission via Android. Apps that want to connect to nearby Wi-Fi devices, but don’t need location data, can use this the show length permission Determine.

App developers who can create their own Quick Settings buttons can use a new API in Android 13 to invoke a banner in their app that allows the Special Settings button to be added directly to the Quick Settings panel. This eliminates the need for users to exit the application to add the button to the panel at the top of the screen.

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