After much awaited Android Q beta version release, it’s time to check out Android Q Beta 2 version. Earlier we got some noteworthy features such as foldable Screen support, Sharing shortcuts, Control over locations, Native screen recording, Dark mode and many more.
Android Q came with a list of features that revealed on May 7, 2019, in California at the Google IO 2019. Before knowing Android Q features, let’s check out the release dates.
March 13: The first Android Q developer beta release
April 3: Android Q beta 2 release
Early May: Android Q developer beta 3 on or around May 1
Early June: Beta 4, will be available in June, 2019.
July: Beta 5 & beta 6, release candidates, may available in July, 2019.
August: The final full version release
Now 3 weeks after this first beta release, Google has realeased its 2nd beta version on the market with notable improvements.
Android Q added bubbles support, it’s a new way for users to do multitasking and re-engage with apps.
Source: XDA Developers
In Android Beta Q 2, you can build for foldable devices through Android Q enhanced platform support, combined with a new foldable device emulator, it will available in Android Studio 3.5 available.
With Android Q beta 2, the media volume is still changed by default just like with previous versions, but the volume menu can now be expanded once again from this release.
Screenshots no longer show rounded corners/notches
Improved Share menu
Choosing notification dismiss swipe direction
Seekbar for music notifications
You can check out Google’s blog post & release notes for a full update.
Get Enroll here to test Android Q Beta updates on your any Pixel devices. Moreover, Don’t have a Pixel devices? Don’t worry, you can use the Android Emulator, and download the latest Android emulator system images through SDK Manager in Android Studio.