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As of today, Google released the third developer preview of Android 12, the latest version of the mobile operating system, according to Google's plans.This will be the final developer preview before Android 12 hits beta, which is basically And you'll see the first over-the-air update for developers who don't want to try it out. For now, developers still need to flash device images to supported Pixel devices.

Google notes that in the ทางเข้าสล็อต upcoming beta, it's now time for developers to start compatibility testing to make sure their app is ready. The plan for Android 12 will now reach the stability of the platform by August 2021, at which point all features connected to the app will be locked and finalized.What's new in this trailer? Usually there are a lot of new features, tweaks, and changes, but the highlight here is the ability for developers to provide a new touch experience in their apps and animation. Launching a new app

The new app release experience is perhaps the most noticeable change for both developers and users. The new animation takes the app from launch to the start screen showing the app's icon, and then to that app itself. “This new experience brings a standard design element to every app launch. But we're also customizable so that apps can maintain a unique branding, ”explains Google. Developers can get a little bit more about how they want to customize this splash screen with their own brand. However, the most basic launch experience is enabled by default.

Rich haptic feedback is also new in this version. It's hard not to look at this and think of Apple's largely abandoned Force Touch right now, but it's a little different. The idea here is to provide "Impressive and impressive effects for gameplay and productivity touches"Other new features in this release include a new call notification template designed to make it easier for users to manage incoming and outgoing calls. Scan more Additionally, the Neural Networks API for machine learning workloads and a new API to support a wider variety of ultra-high resolution camera sensors.

With Android 12, Google is also phasing out the RenderScript API for compute-intensive execution to support GPU computing frameworks such as Vulkan and OpenGL.