Android Q beta divided into six stages, final release in Q3

Google releases first Android Q beta for Pixel phones

Google releases first Android Q beta for Pixel phones

According to the YouTube channel Techusiast, the Android Q Developer Preview Beta 1 already has Screen Recording feature, confirming rumors from earlier this year. Do you own a Pixel device?

As rumors suggested, the Android team has refined privacy settings in Android Q, and we're starting to see some. Or you can just keep it on all the time.

If you want to try it for yourself, you'll need the Android Studio emulator. For the uninitiated, Project Strobe is a review of third-party developer access (this includes the likes of Facebook and TrueCaller) to Google account and Android device data. So average Android users should wait until later this year for a more stable version. This summer the Google Play store will require all apps to have 64-bit support. There are also new restrictions on apps launching background tasks without user knowledge, and restrictions that limit access to location data only while the app is in the foreground. In June we can get accesses to the fourth built which are meant for testing while the 5th and 6th beta are more like the final beta. With Android Q, the Mountain View-based tech giant has made even more enhancements to protect users, and numerous upgrades are to Google's Project Strobe.

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Others are more nuanced quality-of-life refinements, like improved shortcuts to make sharing content between apps easier and faster. For example, if you're using a browser but you've got no internet connection, a setting panel can pop up and display the Internet Connectivity panel so that you can quickly toggle on Wi-Fi or mobile data without leaving your app. Now with Android Q Google starts an app's process earlier and moves it to a security container, so it's ready to launch immediately. Camera apps can request a Dynamic Depth image which consists of a JPEG, XMP metadata related to depth related elements, and a depth and confidence map embedded in the same file on devices that advertise support. There will be a high-performance mode with low latency so that users can take advantage of stutter-free Wi-Fi connectivity while playing games, video and voice calls.

Google has also provided users with options to control an apps' access to photos, videos or audio collections via new runtime permissions.

This initial beta may not have all the fun new UI changes that will come in the eventual release, and more exciting features will likely be revealed at Google IO 2019 in May, as XDA Developers points out.

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