Android 13 is The latest version of Google’s mobile operating system (internally codenamed Tiramisu for everyone Hey candy lovers), and as usual, it brings a bunch of new features and upgrades to Android phones and tablets. We’ve been playing around with it for a few months now, and we’ve found it to be more of an evolution than a revolution, compared to it Android 12. Don’t expect any groundbreaking changes.
It’s available for some Android phones now and will continue to roll out to others over the coming months. Here we’ve collected many of the best new features, along with instructions on how to download them yourself.
How to download Android 13
If you have google pixel phone (Pixel 4, Pixel 4A and later) You can download Android 13 now. simply go to Settings>System>System Update and press Check updates.
Other Android devices from the likes of Samsung, Asus, HMD (Nokia phones), iQOO, Motorola, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Sony, Tecno, Vivo and Xiaomi can expect to get the update later this year. If you can’t wait, it’s worth noting that some of these devices are eligible for the Android 13 beta program (Google has a file List of manufacturers here, including Samsung). If your device is supported, you can Register for the beta program via this link.
After you sign up, you can download and install the latest trial version as an over-the-air (OTA) update, but beware – trial versions can be unstable and buggy. Before registering, we highly recommend you Backup your Android phoneOr there is a real risk of losing valuable data.
Updates should pop up automatically, but you can always check if you have the latest version by going to Settings > System > system update and eavesdropping Check updates. Do you want to exit the beta and go back to Android 12? go to google Android demo pagethen scroll down to find your device, and tap Withdraw. This will entail wiping all data saved locally, so be sure to back up your device. You will receive a prompt to update so you can go back to the older version.
If you don’t have a Pixel or a device in the beta program, check the manufacturer’s website, forums, or social media to see when you can expect to see Android 13.
Top new Android 13 features
We’ve noticed 13 of our favorite features and improvements in the latest version, but there are many small upgrades. You can dig deeper into google developer site.
More build on Google material you Concept to enable deeper customization, Android 13 supports more colors in theme options. Currently you can choose from four background colors and four primary colors, but in Android 13 there are 16 colors each. Simply tap and hold on an empty part of the home screen or go to Settings and choose wallpapers and style To find new color theme options. If you switch themed iconsYou should see more of them now. (Google is encouraging more developers to create them, so it’s not just Google and system app icons.)
Improved copy and paste
When you copy something in Android 13, a small floating panel pops up at the bottom of the screen, and you can tap to edit the contents. You will sometimes see relevant options. For example, if you copy a URL, you will get an option to open it in your browser. You can also copy on one Android device and choose to paste on another device nearby (if you’re signed into the same Gmail account), so you no longer have to email yourself from phone to tablet. Your clipboard history will now be cleared automatically after a period (maybe an hour) to preserve your privacy.
there Several improvements In Android 13 you limit the access of your apps. First, when an app requests permission to access media files, they will be categorized into images, videos, or audio files. With the new photo picker, you don’t have to give access to all of your photos. You can limit the photos and videos that an app can access rather than letting it delve into the entire photo library (a feature that used to be available On iPhones since iOS 14).
Until now, enabling the app to search for nearby Wi-Fi devices meant giving it location tracking permission. Fortunately, this is no longer the case, as there are now separate Wi-Fi devices nearby permission option. Privacy Dashboard (accessible via Settings > Privacy > privacy control panel), which shows all the apps that have had access to your camera, microphone, location, and other permissions in the past 24 hours, and the history from the past seven days can now be viewed.
When you install an app on Android, it has permission to send you notifications by default. Android 13 turns that on its head. From now on, apps must ask for permission before they can start sending you notifications.
Better support for tablets
as such Finally, Google is getting serious about tabletsThere are several changes in Android 13 designed to make life with larger screens a little easier. On your Android tablet or foldable phoneYou can now see the taskbar at the bottom with frequently used apps (you can hide them), a two-column arrangement for quick settings and notifications, and easy drag-and-drop multitasking with the option to pin app pairs in Recent apps existing. There’s also support for Wear OS smartwatches to automatically unlock tablets and support for volume switching, which means the wireless earbuds will switch from phone to tablet when you start playing a movie on your list. Google is rolling out updates to more than 20 Google apps with redesigned interfaces that take advantage of larger screen sizes, including YouTube Music and Google Maps (Android 13 not required).
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