The first public beta of Android 13 was released with features such as restricting access to apps
Google made the first public beta of Android 13 (Android 13) available for Pixels compatible with this operating system this morning. The first public beta of Android 13 comes with just a few weeks to go until the annual Google I/O event, where Google is likely to fully outline its plans for Android 13. This operating system will be released for target devices before the end of this year.
According to the report The Verge The most interesting features of the public beta of Android 13 are the same features that we have seen before in the two developer betas of this operating system. . In the new version of Android, we see support for sound playback using Bluetooth Low Energy (LE), a new tool to limit the application’s access to images, new icons and another feature to reduce notification spam.
In Android 13, applications request access permission based on file type
It seems that the features presented in the first beta Public Android 13 is more focused on developers. One of these changes has been applied to the licensing system for accessing multimedia content in the device’s memory. Dave Burke, vice president of engineering at Google, says that the licensing system will now work based on the type of file (photo, video or audio). Currently, by issuing a license, access to all files is provided for the application.
Keystore and KeyMint, the parts of Android responsible for managing cryptographic keys, have been updated in Android 13. The Android beta also hosts new APIs for music streaming.
To learn more about the first public beta of Android 13 and how to get it, visit Become the official Android website. Everyone who has installed the developer version will automatically receive the public beta.