Google releases Android Q Beta 1 for all Pixels – here’s what we know so far
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 As rumored earlier this week, Google has released the first beta for the next version of its mobile os, Android Q. Google saves the best stuff until after its I/O conference in the spring, but Beta 1 is already packed with goodies. While the changes so far are mostly aimed at developers, it’s a good teaser at what’s to come. You can read the full blog post here, but we’ve gone ahead and summarized the most notable changes. Support for foldable phones Foldable phones are the big theme in mobile design this year, and Google is ready for it. The…
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Google released Beta 2 of Android Q last Wednesday with the notable inclusion of Bubbles for multitasking and notifications. A week later, Google is releasing an... 9to5Google Also reported by •BGR India •Business Insider •betanews •The Verge
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The Google Material Theme began rolling out to Drive for Android in mid-March. It should be widely available today as a Play Store update that also leverages the... 9to5Google Also reported by •BGR India •The Verge
Last year at Cloud Next, Google announced its own Titan Security Key as part of a push to encourage two-step verification. These small devices fight phishing by... 9to5Google Also reported by •BGR India •betanews