Google released the developer preview of the second Android Q system and gave us a better look at what to expect from the next version of Android.
Developers include a preview, which is currently being broadcast for anyone who has a phone Pixel for testing, a range of enhancements and improvements, in addition to the features of the face of consumers are likely to interest you. The first, although technically a feature under the cover, helps in getting applications and games to support folding phones. This directly affects who wants to buy, for example, Galaxy Fold.
Google even has a folding screen simulator from Android Q so we can see how applications can appear on a fold-down phone like Galaxy Fold.
Next up is a feature called Bubbles, or Google’s solution to improve multitasking on your phone. It reminds us of Chat Chat headers on Facebook Messenger, but Android Q will be system-wide. In the Android Developers Blog publication, Google has provided developers with instructions to apply the feature, allowing any app to use the new Bubbles notice.
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Bubbles work as follows: When you receive an alert, a small circular notification will appear on your screen so you can click it. For a messaging application, for example, you can click the bubble notification to view a conversation or reply series without having to run the entire application. Google suggested that Bubbles developers use notes, access times, and calls as well.
Google is likely to release one preview of Android Q developers before Google’s I / O starts in May. Most of what we have seen so far is gradual and absurd updates, not new key features. Google is likely to show these things while it’s on stage next month.
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