Google released today the sixth and final beta of the upcoming Android Q (Android 10) mobile operating system for testing.
Android Q beta 6 is now available for all supported Pixel devices and the Android Emulator, containing the final API 29 SDK, as well as updated build tools for Android Studio to help developers get their Android apps ready for the soon-to-be-released Android 10 mobile operating system.
“Now is the time to make sure your apps are ready, before we bring the official release to consumers. Take this opportunity to finish up your testing and publish your app updates soon to give users a smooth transition to Android Q,” said Dave Burke, VP of Engineering in a blog post.
For application developers, Android Q beta 6 includes all the final APIs, system behaviors, and features that Google will present in the final release of the Linux-powered mobile… (read more)
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