Android 13 Beta 3, Google Play, Privateness Sandbox DP3, ADB, and AndroidX releases!
Welcome to Now in Android, your ongoing information to what’s new and notable on this planet of Android improvement.
Episode 63 Video and Podcast
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We launched the third beta of Android 13! Android 13 has been constructed on our core themes of privateness and safety, developer productiveness, and huge display screen help. Beta 3 takes Android 13 to Platform Stability, which implies that the developer APIs and all app-facing behaviors are actually last; you may confidently develop and launch your updates. Learn all about it within the submit!
On this video and weblog submit, Phalene tells us in regards to the high three issues to learn about Google Play from Google I/O. These embrace updates on customized retailer listings, introducing extra builders to the LiveOps beta, and new subscription capabilities. Study extra about these three subjects within the video or weblog submit!
The Privateness Sandbox on Android goals to develop new options that protect consumer privateness whereas enabling efficient, personalised promoting experiences for apps. Now it’s in Developer Preview 3, which provides APIs and sources for conversion measurement and remarketing use instances; this lets you start testing and evaluating impression on all key APIs for Privateness Sandbox on Android.
This week, Chet, Romain, and Tor talked to Alan and Esteban from Android Studio about Dwell Edit. Dwell Edit lets you replace Composables in Compose Preview, emulators and units in actual time. This experimental function was just lately launched within the Electrical Eel model of Android Studio.
Let’s check out what’s been up with AndroidX releases for the reason that final episode of Now in Android. We’ve got a couple of new options which are secure:
That’s it for this time, with Android 13 Beta 3, Google Play, Privateness Sandbox DP3, ADB, and extra AndroidX releases! Come again right here quickly for the subsequent replace from the Android developer universe.