Google Rolls Out Android Q Beta 2
Just a couple of weeks ago, the Mountain View company Google released the first developer builds of the Android Q and today the company released this second beta of the Android Q and that’s coming with lots of new and cool features. So, without wasting any time let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the latest builds.
The Android Q Beta 2 brings “Bubbles” and that’s for the multitasking, it will look similar to the Facebook chat head, but it will work for the Android application. The builds also have an iOS-like navigation system, which will give an amazing gesture effect.
Google has also added a foldable emulator and that is dedicated for developers looking to develop apps for foldable devices. It is also coming with the new seekable progress bar for media notifications and a faster share menu. And, the Android Q Beta 2 update includes an API to let developers choose between the multiple microphones.
Moreover, the package also added Scoped Storage feature in the latest builds. This feature will store user privacy by creating isolated, private sandboxes for individual apps. These sandboxes will be used by apps for storing their own files without any user permission. But at the same time, the apps will require special permissions to access shared collections for photos, videos, and audio.