Android Q Beta 3

Android Q Beta 3

MEGHAN MEHTA: Android Q Beta 3 is here. This version has several new updates, including dark theme and gesture navigation. Let's dive in. Beta 3 adds a system setting to switch apps on a device to use a dark theme. Having a dark theme isn't just aesthetic. On some devices, it can extend battery life. Therefore, when users switch to Battery Saver mode, the dark theme will automatically be used on Pixel and selected OEM devices. To customize your app's dark theme, extend your app theme from theme...

The most important Android phone

The most important Android phone

We are 10 years into the Android era and I've been talking a lot about how it's dominant now. There's over two billion users and it has over 80% worldwide market share. Now, in a previous video, we looked at why Android got started, but this week, I have a different question. How did Android get so big? If you take yourself all the way back to 2009, it was very much not a sure thing that Android would become the king of mobile. In fact, what you were looking at back then was like a six or seven-...

Android Q will bring an iconic Apple iPhone feature to Android

Android Q will bring an iconic Apple iPhone feature to Android

Introduced in 2015 with the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, 3D Touch allows iOS users to press (as opposed to touch) the screen to see previews, details, and shortcuts Some applications allow users to Peek and Pop. For example, you can get a preview of an address in the Maps app That's a "Peek." Applying a little harder force will "Pop" you into the app Note that for technical reasons related to the Liquid Retina display on the iPhone XR, that model does not feature 3D Touch In Android 8...

Announcing Android Q Beta 2

Announcing Android Q Beta 2

DAN GALPIN: We've now reached the second release of the Android Q beta program. Q has enhancements to privacy and security, and, of course, there's a lot of great stuff for developers. Let's start with how Q builds on top of Android's strong privacy protections. Android Q enhances runtime permission requests to give users more control over when apps can get location. When Android Q prompts users to give the app the location permission, it now enables users to allow the permission only while the...

Why Is Android So Fragmented?

Why Is Android So Fragmented?

If you watched Apple’s recent Worldwide Developers Conference then you probably remember this graphic, which compared the install base of the latest version of iOS, to the latest version of Android’s OS. Both of which were released about six months ago. And as you can see, there is quite a big disparity. And in this video we’re going to find out why, in addition to discussing why iOS has never experienced this problem. This is Greg with Apple Explained, and if you want to help decide which topic...

Apps de Megadede en Internet para Android iOS Android TV Windows y Apple TV

Apps de Megadede en Internet para Android iOS Android TV Windows y Apple TV

Hello again Infonaut, welcome or welcome to a new installment of your YouTube channel Infoductiva this time I bring you a very interesting website ... an internet content that will allow us have several of the applications known as Megadede interesting, right? We started ... well here you have the page I leave the link in the description As you can see the name is Megadede applications or Apps ... first of all we find the Megadede app for Android here we can download or download the premium vers...

A reason Android wins.

A reason Android wins.

hey guys and welcome back today we're gonna talk about how to root your Android device first we're gonna talk about what is routing routing is a method used to get into the code base of the Android devices so every operating system has a core that's written by the Android engineers and routing is a process to get into that code so you can make further changes or install apps that are prohibited on the App Store or the network has not allowed you to download that app so routing helps you do all o...

Android Q: Gestural Navigation

Android Q: Gestural Navigation

MURAT YENER: One of the biggest UI changes coming to Android Q is gestural navigation. You may have already seen various gestures for navigation on some of our partners' devices. Android Q is supporting a new out-of-the-box navigation experience. Navigation gestures are supported as a new mode, separate from the traditional three-button experience in the bottom nav bar. This lets your app use the entire screen, which provides a more immersive display experience. Android Q has gestures for going...

New ShareSheet in Android Q

New ShareSheet in Android Q

MANUEL VIVO: In Android Q, we are improving the ShareSheet. We're introducing a new sharing shortcuts API that makes Direct Share lightning-fast. Also, there is a new content preview for text, images, and files. Direct Share is a feature that allows apps to show app-specific options directly in the ShareSheet. Those options are called Sharing Shortcuts. For example, a messaging app using it can enable the user to share content to a contact directly. While the Direct Share feature is still suppo...