Google pushes out the last Android 13 Developer Preview with the first beta release coming next month
The last Android 13 Developer Preview before the beta versions are released has been dropped
Among the changes are a new notification screen, a redesigned media player with some album art included, and a name change to Do Not Disturb which is now called Priority mode after the update. Shortcuts for power and settings are not only easier to find on Android 13 DP2, it is also easier to reach on devices with larger screens. And the split-screen feature seen on Android 12L is making its way to Android 13 although at the moment it is quite buggy.
While not available on every app yet, language settings for individual apps appear on Android 13 DP2. And new colors are employed for Material You which could satisfy those who aren’t pleased with the Art Deco pastel hues that Google initially favored for the design language.
We certainly do not suggest that those who use their Pixel 4 or later download and install the Developer Preview because it is far from stable and the features that you count on when using your Pixel might temporarily be disabled. And once we are on the Android 13 beta track, we would still stay away until Platform Stability is reached with the June and July Android 13 beta releases (the first beta will be disseminated next month).
Some of the above features might not make the cut and won’t appear on Android 13
The rest of us will get the opportunity to watch the festivities streamed live. Traditionally, Google has released an app in the Play Store for those who couldn’t make the event or afford the pricey tickets.
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