Android 13 gets some interesting features

Android 13 gets some interesting features

Google released Android 13 Developer Preview 2 last week, and details about the new features being tested in this beta are now coming out.


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First, there are the redesigned media content restrictions. Between quick settings and notifications they are located at their preferred location, but their widget is now large. The widget may now contain the title and description of the song or video.

The Media Content Sources menu has also been redesigned to be compatible with Android 13’s design language. There is also the option to pair a new device directly from its menu.

It will offer new background effects to Android 13 users. An option called Cinematic Wallpaper (Developer Edition) allows users to apply new effects to wallpapers.

Finally, the Foreground Services Task Manager will be at the bottom of the Quick Settings and Notification Panel, and will display applications currently running in the background. The user can track which applications are active and stop them. Additionally, FSG will notify the user if the application has been active for more than 20 hours.

More details about Android 13 innovations are available Here.

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