Google Releases Latest Android 13 Beta Ahead of Official Launch

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Google has came out the fourth and final beta of Android 13 ahead of the official launch, which the company says is “in just a few weeks.” There aren’t many changes in this latest update as Google has already platform stability achieved with Android 13 beta 3 last month.

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The company released first developer beta in February and made important statements with release of the second public beta version in May at the developer conference. Previous Android 13 betas launched with several new features, including a notification permission tool and a photo picker to limit which images an app can access, as well as themed app icons and per-app language support. There is also support for the new Bluetooth LE Audio standard. Android 13 is also based on the tablet optimization that Google introduced in 12l.

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“As the official release of Android 13 is just around the corner, we are asking all app and game developers to complete your final compatibility testing and publish your compatibility updates ahead of the final release,” said Maru Ahuez Bouza, Director of Android Developer Relations, in a Blog Post.

In a blog post, Google tells developers that the update includes the Android 13 release candidate build for Pixel devices and the Android emulator, and that all app surfaces are final, including the SDK and NDK APIs, system behavior for apps, and limits on interfaces without SDK. The final beta, with these and the latest fixes and optimizations, gives developers everything they need to complete testing, according to Google.


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