Google today started rolling out the first beta version of Android 15. It follows the Android 15 Developer Preview 2 released in March this year.

The update brings several improvements, including better performance, improved communication features, and improved support for large screens.

Here's a summary of what's new in the Android 15 beta 1 update:

1) Edge-to-edge display: Android 15 apps are now designed to fit large screens by default, removing the need for developers to explicitly enable this feature. Material 3 components will automatically adjust to fit the screen, providing a consistent look across all apps.

2) Smoother NFC experiences: Android 15 improves the tap-to-pay experience and supports multiple NFC-enabled apps. Devices can now register fingerprints to improve reliability during NFC interactions.

3) Justification between characters: Android 15 introduces character justification for text, improving readability in languages ​​such as Chinese and Japanese.

4) Application file: Android 15 includes OS-level support for archiving apps, allowing users to free up space by partially removing infrequently used apps from their devices.

5) Profile managed by the application: The new ProfilingManager class allows developers to collect profiling information within their applications, simplifying performance analysis.

6) Better Braille support: Android 15 improves support for Braille displays using the HID standard over USB and Bluetooth.

7) Key management for end-to-end encryption: The E2eeContactKeysManager facilitates end-to-end encryption in Android applications by providing a centralized way to manage cryptographic keys.

8) Safe background activity launch: Android 15 restricts malicious background apps from bringing other apps into the foreground, improving user security.

See also  The EU could approve Apple's payment proposal in May
availability

For those interested in testing compatibility, Android 15 Beta 1 is available for early adopters and developers. The beta version is available for the following devices:

  • Pixel 6 Series: Pixel 6, 6 Pro and 6a
  • Pixel 7 Series: Pixel 7, 7 Pro and 7a
  • Pixel 8 Series: Pixel 8 and 8 Pro
  • Pixel Fold
  • Pixel tablet

Google recommends testing app compatibility with Android 15 beta and providing feedback through the Android Beta Feedback app.

If you're already in the Android 14 Beta Program or Developer Preview 2, you'll receive the Android 15 Beta 1 OTA update starting today.

To join the Android beta program, users can register for the program official website and opt-in to receive updates.

For the Latest Jobs And Information Visit: Mksjobs.Com

Aslo Read: wpstuffy.com

Mobile Updates: Queenmobile.tech

Daily Update: Update24.live