Everything about Android 12 Beta Final Release for Mobile App Developers

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Android is the most popular mobile app development platform developed & maintained by search engine giant Google. It covers more than 70% of mobile app market share and with such a huge popularity business enterprise prefer Android App Development Company for their next app development project. Currently Android 11 is in use but Google has recently released third Android 12 Beta version for mobile app developers. Some exciting features are released for the developers to make optimum use in app designing. Here in this blog, we will discuss it deeply for better understanding and implementation.

Recap of Second Android 12 Beta Features

Google released the first Android 12 Beta in May, but that lacks all the new updates and features for the final release at the end of this year. But with the second version of the beta, a new Privacy Dashboard, as well as updates to Wi-Fi controls is added.

With privacy and security a priority for Google, the company is doing multiple changes including the new Privacy Dashboard. The whole objective is to give better accessibility of data their apps are using. So dashboard not only show every app that’s accessing your microphone, camera, or location details. Users have liberty to request additional details about why an app may have tried to access sensitive info.

More privacy-related features comprise of new indicators that are displayed at the corner of your device’s display whenever the app is using microphone or camera. This is designed to inform people about details when an app is recording the user or their surroundings in real-time, permitting people to change or revoke permissions for a particular app if required.

Third Android 12 Beta Update: New Features

Android is enjoying plenty of improvements with each version release. While the stable Android 12 build is just a few months away, Android App Design Services can make use of the latest beta builds. It involves features including Scrolling screenshots, on-device search, a smarter auto-rotate, and many more.

Android 12 is going to be a big release, and that’s pretty much obvious in the builds seen until now. This is the final release before the stable version rolls out and other devices later this year. For now, we have discussed what Android 12 Beta 3 has to offer, so let’s dive right in.

1. Scrolling Screenshots

This feature is new to Android 12 and has been included in previous previews as well. Most of the smartphone manufacturer has implemented this feature, Google was yet to integrate this feature until now. The Scrolling Screenshots is present on beta 3, and it works on views, unlike the stitching method implemented by other OEMs. On Android 12, whenever a screen is taken, the user capture more option in the screenshot preview. The screenshot stretch down to the whole screen when the option is tapped, allowing user to crop the specific section.

2. Auto-Rotate

This feature is getting an upgrade. Android 12 will integrate combination of gyro-sensors with facial recognition to properly identify when the screen must rotate. While this could raise security threats for the users, Google claims that the pictures captured during the usage of this feature are processed on-device within the phone’s Private Computer Core and not shared to any servers.

3. On-Device Search

Starting with third Beta release, Google is bringing platform support for App Search, a completely new package on-device search engine. Having AppSearch, helps to index structured data and search over it with built-in full-text search capabilities, and they can use native including highly-efficient indexing and retrieval, multi-language support, and relevancy ranking. In simple terms, Android 12 will enhance on-device search by permitting hire android app developers to make their mobile app data accessible to the device search feature. For instance, user can search a particular file sent over WhatsApp using the device search field itself.

4. Media Player

This has been customized by Google with every release. Now in third Beta release, a new option named “Show media recommendations is integrated”. XDA claims the feature is not live yet as it is integrated into the forthcoming “Live Space” feature. “At a glance” widget is renamed as “Live Space”. While nothing has changed, it is expected to receive new toggles including “At a store”, media suggestions, sports, stocks, birthdays and many more.

Conclusion

With the release of Android 12 Beta, most of the brands are consulting Kotlin App Development Services to build secure & interactive apps. The companies not optimizing their work strategy for the next update tend to suffer business loss all because of tough competition. Our team of Android developers has already started using Android 12 beta release and building test applications. This means, we will be ready to take any challenge on Android 12 app development.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Android OS used for?

Android is an operating system developed for mobile devices. It is mostly used for smart phones, majorly for Google’s own Google Pixel, as well as by other phone manufacturers including HTC and Samsung. It has also been used for tablets including Motorola Xoom and Amazon Kindle. A modified Linux kernel is used as Android’s kernel.

2. Which is the latest version of Android?

The Latest Version of Android is 11 and Google is planning to release Android 12 at the end of 2021 in Google event.

3. What is mean by Android app?

An Android app is a software application running on the Android platform. As the Android platform is designed for mobile devices, a typical Android app is designed particularly for the smart-phone or a tablet PC having Android OS.

4. What language is used for Android app development?

The official language for Android app development is Java. Most of the Android parts are written in Java and its APIs are designed primarily from Java. It is easy to develop using C and C++ with the implementation of the Android Native Development Kit (NDK), but Google is not favor of such development.

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