At its annual developer conference Google I/O, Google unveiled the latest version of its Android operating system, Android 13. At the same time, the company released the second beta of the Pixel smartphone operating system. The third beta of the Android 13 operating system has now begun to be distributed by the tech giant.
Android 13 Beta 3 Released
The third Beta of Android 13 also allows app developers to complete all final compatibility testing for their apps. Google has provided a list of parameters that developers should consider when running these tests. You can find out more information here.
Beta 3 also includes a few improvements and fixes for users. This includes improvements to copy-paste and fixes for the issue that caused a green tint on the display when a supported phone was unlocked using a fingerprint scanner while Always-on-Display was enabled. It also resolves the issue that causes the Pixel Launcher on Pixel devices to crash when swiping on the all apps search result page.
Android 13 Beta 3 is now available, and those who have previously registered for Android 13 will receive the update via OTA. Those interested in enrolling now should go here.
Android 13 Beta 3 is now available for Pixel 4 (XL), Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro devices, as well as the Android Emulator.
Google recently announced that Android 13 Beta will include native support for braille displays. “An electro-mechanical device that generates braille patterns by raising rounded pins through holes in a flat surface is known as a refreshable braille display. Braille-literate computer users touch-read braille dots that represent text on the braille display “According to a blog post by the company.+