- Android 13 is now available for the developer preview launched on 10 February 2022.
- Google is working on its new features like App Actions, Priority Mode etc.
- The features are under testing mode.
Android 13 Release Date
Android 13 was released on 10 February 2022 for the developer preview. It is not available for the users right now. The Android team has just announced that they are planning to release the latest version of their mobile operating system, called Android 13, at Google I/O 2019. This year’s conference will take place from May 17th to 19th in San Francisco.
This is not the first time we have heard about this event. In fact, we have already seen some rumors regarding the launch of Android 13. However, now we know for sure that the release date will be on May 17th.
We can expect many improvements in the upcoming version of Android. Some of them include better battery life, improved performance, and even a new interface. We do not know what exactly will be included in the update, but we can assume that it will be focused on improving the user experience.
It seems like Google is trying to improve its services and apps. They want to make everything easier for users. That is why they decided to focus on making the whole ecosystem simpler and more intuitive.
Android 13 Features
Android 13 brings a lot of improvements to the platform, including a redesigned app drawer that makes finding your apps easier than ever. You can now swipe left and right to access your favorite apps from the home screen. And if you want to get rid of an app, just long press it and select “Remove”.
Android 13 introduces a new feature called App Actions, which lets you perform actions directly from the notification shade. Simply tap on an actionable notification to launch an app, play music, take a photo, or share content.
Android 13 adds a new way to interact with notifications. When you receive a notification, you’ll see a small dot at the top-right corner of the screen. Tap this dot to open the notification, or drag down to dismiss it.
Android 13 includes a new feature called Quick Settings Tile, which allows you to customize quick settings tiles on your device’s homescreen. Just long press any tile and choose “Edit”.
Android 13 has a new feature called Notification Channels, which lets you group your notifications into different categories. Then, tap “+” to add a new category.
Android 13 also includes a new feature called Smart Text Selection, which automatically selects text based on what you’re typing. Just start typing, and Android will highlight the first word that matches what you’ve typed.