After a month of the last beta version, the third Android 12 Beta version is about to make its presence before the stable version will get released late this year. This time Google has focused more on handy upgrades rather than big new updates.
Google has finally released native scrolling screenshots in this beta update. From now on, users can have a long screenshot on several apps by pressing the “Capture More” option after taking screenshots. Google has claimed that the new update works fine on most of the apps without needing to make significant changes to the source code, easing out the problem of adjustment for developers.
AppSearch would be another upcoming feature on this beta version. It will help the users to quickly and easily search the data throughout the mobile with less hassle and without compromising the security integrity of the device.
Another exciting update for gamers is that a new feature will allow the users to play the compatible games as you are downloading them. Developers should need to integrate their games with Google’s Play Asset Delivery system which will be helping users nay supporting the play as the download is processing.
Moreover, the beta version is also equipped with several minor tweaks. Auto-rotate display function is supposed to be faster and more responsive. For developers, API changes as new indicator APIs for Android 12’s camera and microphone usage indicators.
If you are excited about these new updates and try them firsthand the start by enrolling in the Google beta preview program with an eligible device. However, it is advised that not to install the new beta version on your primary device.