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Did you enroll in the Android O Beta Program that launched yesterday? If so, you’ve got a new update coming your way.
Google is now rolling out a small update for Android O beta testers. The update is version OPP2.170420.019, up from yesterday’s OPP2.170420.017 release, and it weighed in ... Read More »
The Android O Beta Program is open to join, and it’s a great way to test the latest version of Android. That being said, there’s a good reason that it’s a beta. Much of the software is not perfectly functional and some may be broken entirely.
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Emoji are getting a major overhaul in Android O, which is set to launch later this year.
While Google had time to announce a lot earlier today, they probably didn’t feel like it was necessary to talk about emoji while on stage. But for anyone who hasn’t necessarily been a fan of the ... Read More »
Android Go is a version of Android O that’s aimed at entry-level devices. This lightweight flavor of Android O is meant to ... Read More »
Google didn’t reveal the official name of Android O at its I/O keynote today, but it did make an announcement that’s just about as exciting.
If you’ve been itching to try Android O since it was announced back in March, you may soon get your chance.
The idea that Google is testing “smarter features” in Android is not all that surprising, considering forward momentum is essential to keeping up with competing forces and keeping people interested in your platform.