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  1. Android 12’s beautiful color-changing UI already lives up to the hype Android 12's "Material You" UI debuts in Beta 2, and we go hands-on. With Android 12 Beta 2, Google's color-changing UI is live, so we took a trip around the rainbow. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Android 12 Beta 2 came out this week, and with it, a lot of features we've only been able to see screenshots of now actually work. This includes Android's ambitious color-changing UI codenamed "Monet," and eve
  2. Last-minute Android 12 leak shows off new design changes before Google I/O Google I/O is on the horizon, and with the schedule published already, there’s a lot that we expect to see at the event. It kicks off on May 18th through to May 20th in the form of a virtual event that anyone can attend, and the big one that many of us will be looking forward to is the launch of Android 12. We’ve gotten through a number of developer previews already, but a last-minute Android 12 leak from Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech has shown off some new Google widgets and animations ahead o
  3. Google may let users manage Android’s hidden Recycle Bin in Android 12 Google I/O 2021 kicks off on May 18th next month, and at the event, we’re expecting to see Google announce all the features coming to Android 12. Before the event starts, we’ve been collecting as much information as we can on the latest OS release from the two publicly available Developer Previews. The other day, we also got our hands on an unreleased build of Android 12 and showcased many of the smaller functional and design changes we could find. After digging through the framework and system apps, w
  4. Android 12 Developer Preview 2 is Here! We are a month removed from Google releasing the first Android 12 Developer Preview build, then another minor update to Preview 1.1. Today, we are getting Android 12 Developer Preview 2! What’s New in Android 12 DP2: The Fun Stuff! Since this is a “developer preview” and not a beta, this is again targeted at developers who need to get their apps ready for new experiences or changes to the platform before we get to a stable release this summer. There still isn’t an Android Beta available, so to get on DP2, you
  5. Android 12 is bringing some important security features Protecting your privacy will be one of the main reasons to upgrade (Image credit: Google) Google is doubling down on security and privacy enhancements in Android 12 and when the next version of its mobile operating system launches this fall, users will be able to manually block access to some of the hardware sensors on their devices. As reported by 9To5Google, the latest version of Android includes a pair of new toggles that will all
  6. Google releases the first Developer Preview of Android 12 Google today announced the release of the first Developer Preview of Android 12, the next major update coming to Android devices. In this first preview release, Google has included a number of features around security and manageability. For example, Google has simplified password restrictions for managed devices with pre-set complexity levels of high, medium or low that will be used to access the devices. Google is also streamlining credential management for unmanaged devices. You can find the full d
  7. More Android 12 leaks: Improved Auto-rotate, Game mode and more XDA-Developers have been leaking some upcoming Android 12 features, and in their latest post, they revealed 3 minor features Google is working on which may show up in upcoming Android 12 betas. Smart Auto-rotate. The first is adding AI to the auto-rotate feature, so the screen will not flip at the wrong time. Reportedly the phone may use your front-facing camera to check the position of your head first to ensure you mean to rotate the handset before flipping. Game Mode Google i
  8. Google is working on a “One-Handed Mode” for Android 12 Over the years, smartphone makers have made taller and taller devices. While that has made media consumption more enjoyable on mobile, it has resulted in making many phones impossible to use one-handed. To compensate, several phone makers have developed software solutions to improve one-handed usability: most notably Apple with its Reachability feature. Now, Google is set to bring its own version of one-handed mode in Android 12. XDA has now learned that Google has been developing a one-handed mode fea
  9. This may be our first look at Android 12, Google’s next Android OS Google is set to release its next major version of Android — Android 12 — later this year, following a series of Developer Previews and Betas that will likely start rolling out later this month. Ahead of the stable release, Google shares documentation and source code with its major partners in order to give them time to prepare for the release. Today, an alleged early draft of a document that Google made to summarize changes in Android 12 leaked online, and screenshots showcasing the new UI and function
  10. Android 12 may bring theming system beyond dark and light Now that Google has brought us a dark theme option for our Android devices (and most Google apps), you finally have the option to switch between light and dark. But if you want to have more color themes, you don’t have much choice in that department. Soon though, you may have the option to make your smartphone, particularly apps, a bit more colorful. Android 12 will reportedly bring a deeper theming system, including choosing the colors of particular supported apps. 9 to 5 Google says they have seen i
  11. Android 12 could bring back a hidden shortcut that got pulled from Android 11 Double-tap to launch (Image credit: Future) All being well we should see Android 12 arrive later this year, and the latest rumor around the software release is that Google is bringing back a hidden shortcut that we first saw in the developer preview of Android 11 – at least on Pixel phones. The shortcut we're talking about is the double-tap on the back, which – according to information seen by 9to5Google – could
  12. Google to introduce double-tap function on Pixel devices with Android 12: Report Google was expected to release the feature for the phones that don’t come with the 'Active Edge' feature (squeeze function) which has been absent in the previous three Pixel phones Google might soon introduce a new feature for Pixel phones. The feature codenamed ‘Columbus’ allows the user to double-tap on the back of the phone to activate a feature like calling for a voice assistant, open notification share or some other action. The feature was first spotted last year and was exp
  13. Android 12 could debut revamped split-screen feature with 'App Pairs' Google is possibly working on improving the split-view multitasking experience on Android. The company has not updated the feature in a long time now and it is a bit cumbersome and awkward to run apps in split-screen mode on Android devices right now. Image Source: 9to5Google As per a new report, Google is planning a major revamp of the split-screen multitasking experience for Android 12. It will debut a new feature called "App Pairs" which will allow users to g
  14. Android 12 may let you hibernate unused apps to free up space It may be hard to believe, but we’re likely only a little over a month away from the release of the first Android 12 Developer Preview. After all, the first Android 11 Developer Preview was released back in February of 2020! We’ve been scouring the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Gerrit for hints of new features coming to the next version of Android, and recently we’ve spotted evidence that Google is working on an app hibernation feature for Android 12. Based on a couple of code changes submitted to AOSP,
  15. Google promises to make it easier to install third-party app stores in Android 12 If you've somehow missed it, Epic Games has been in a feud with Apple - and to some degree, Google - over the policies on their mobile operating systems and the respective app stores. One of the causes for concern is that the two companies make it very hard or nearly impossible for developers to distribute their apps in different ways, thus forcing many of them to give Google and Apple 30% of the revenue they make through digital sales. While Apple has shown no signs of budgin
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