Back in October, Google announced its first Android 8.1 Oreo developer preview to follow-up Android 8.0 Oreo, the company’s major overhaul that released publicly in late August. We’ve begun to see manufacturers launch devices running Android 8.0 pre-loaded, and update some of their older devices to the new software, but Google is already focused on what’s next. This week, the search giant revealed the second Android 8.1 developer preview.
This week, Google announced Android 8.1 Oreo in the form of a developer preview. This is the first follow-up version to Android 8.0 Oreo, which released publicly back in August and comes pre-loaded on some newer Android models such as Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
During the month of June, Google introduced us to the third Android O Developer Preview, inching one step closer towards a public roll out. According to Google’s timeline, the last preview build would become available in late July, and as scheduled, we now have it, the fourth and final Android O Developer Preview. The software is nearly ready for the prime time, said to roll out in August or early September. It’ll be around that time Google will hold a hardware [Read More]
During Google I/O 2017 last month, the tech and research giant introduced the Android O Beta Program along with Developer Preview two. We were also given a timeline of when to expect future updates to the beta. The time is now June, and Google is beginning to roll out its third Android O Developer Preview out of four. The software is no longer as buggy, but still lacks some implementations and has its share of problems.
As we speak, Google I/O 2017 is taking place in Mountain View, California where developers, Google enthusiasts and media have all gathered round to learn what’s next in tech. In late March, Google announced the first Android O developer preview right on the heels of heels of Android Nougat 7.1.2. The software has been in alpha-like condition ever since, that is until today. During today’s keynote address, Google fully unveiled the next version of its operating system, Android O as we [Read More]
Nobody of us at DT saw this week coming! Things were busy, we got more Galaxy S8 leaks, heard about new Google app updates, got a new OnePlus 3T color option, and learned about new Android Wear offerings. But perhaps the biggest headline was Google’s official release of the first Android O Developer Preview. If you haven’t heard already, Android O is in its Alpha stage.
In a move that shocked us all, Google announced the release of its Android O Developer Preview yesterday. Android N, which we now know to be Nougat, has only reached a near 3% of Android devices worldwide as of March, yet we’re already on to the next big thing! In fact, just two days ago, Google released Android 7.1.2 Developer Preview 2. But that attention shortly scattered sway once Android O was introduced.
On the very heels of Android 7.1.2 Developer Preview 2, Google has announced the Android O Developer Preview. In a surprising announcement, that really shouldn’t have been surprising because of last year’s early Android N Preview release, Android O in all its initial glory has been officially announced, and it’s available now in the form of an early developer preview. Here’s everything you need to know.