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Cryptography Changes in Android P

Posted by Adam Vartanian, Software Engineer We hope you're enjoying the first developer preview of Android P. We wanted to specifically call out some backward-incompatible changes we plan to make to the cryptographic capabilities inShow More Summary

Google Releases Android P Developer Preview

19 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Google has released the first developer preview of Android P, the next iteration of the company’s mobile operating system scheduled to be released this year. Developer previews are meant to disclose low-level changes to the OS and APIs,...Show More Summary

Get Android P On Your Phone Right Now

For those who missed the memo, the first developer preview of Android P is now available. If you're keen to get Google's latest operating system on your smartphone right now, here's what you need to know. More »      

Android P APIs Target AI, Location, Multimedia, Payments and More

The next iteration of Android is here. Google this week released Android P Developer Preview 1, an early build of its refreshed core Android platform. Android P is awash in new APIs for developers to put to work creating powerful apps that will bring new and exciting experiences to end users.

Previewing Android P

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering Last week at Mobile World Congress we saw that Android's ecosystem of developers, device makers, and silicon partners continues to bring amazing experiences to users worldwide. Looking ahead, today we're sharing the first developer preview of Android P, the newest version of Android. Show More Summary

Android Things Developer Preview 7

Posted by Dave Smith, Developer Advocate for IoT Today we're releasing Developer Preview 7 (DP7) of Android Things, Google's platform that enables Android developers to create Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The platform also supports...Show More Summary

Google Releases First Preview of Android P with Improved Notifications and Notch Support

Google today made the first preview of Android P available to developers. The revised version of Android adds a number of user-facing features as well as tools for app writers. For example, Android P tackles notifications for messaging. Show More Summary

Here’s the first developer preview of Android P

Just like in the last two years, Google is using the beginning of March to launch the first developer preview of the next version of Android. Android P, as it’s currently called, is still very much a work in progress and Google isn’t releasing it into its public Android beta channel for over-the-air updates just yet. Show More Summary

Google just released the first Android P preview. Here are the 6 biggest features so far

Surprise! Google today released the first Android P preview, well ahead of its full unveiling at Google I/O in May. The build is strictly meant for developers, but it already contains an interesting glimpse of what’s to come. You can...Show More Summary

Android P final release coming Q3 2018

Today Google released its first Android P Developer Preview, and while the prospect of a new major Android update is exciting, not everyone wants to run beta software on their smartphone. Good news for those people, because we now know when the final Android P release is coming. [...]

Android P Developer Preview is now available

Word on the street was that Google was planning to launch the first developer preview for its upcoming Android P release very soon, and it looks like that word was right on track. Google today released the first Android P Developer Preview to [...]

Video: What’s New in Android P!

Today has been fun, right? After sharing the download for the Android P Developer Preview 1, listing out the developer changes coming with P, giving you the new Pixel Launcher from P, letting you know that the 6P/5X/Pixel C are all done, and that we have an ongoing list of changes you’ll notice, we’ve now … Continued Video: What’s New in Android P! is a post from: Droid Life

Android P’s Fun New Features: An Updating List

On the developer side of Android P, we know what’s new, thanks to a blog post and entire Android P Developer Preview portal from Google. But what about the other stuff? What about the UI changes or subtle tweaks to Android that maybe...Show More Summary

Google Publishes Timeline for Android P Developer Preview Rollout, Final Release Set for Q3

Google has released its timeline for the Developer Preview of Android P. Much like last year, the Android team is targeting Q3 for final release of the new platform, but before that happens, we’ll have five previews in total. According...Show More Summary

First Android P Developer Preview Released and Now Available!

Android P is now available in a first Developer Preview! It’s currently available to the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL. This is the first Android P build and is labeled as an “alpha” release. It’s for developers here, rather than you and I with our daily phones. Show More Summary

Android P Will Probably Let Your Phone Act as a Bluetooth Keyboard or Mouse

Android P is mostly a mystery still. While we think there is a good chance that the first developer preview of it may arrive this month (because Android O’s first developer preview did last year), we don’t know how Google is going to sell this. Show More Summary

Google Unveils Android P Developer Preview

We all expected Google to launch the Android P developer preview around the middle of the month, but the latest version of Android dropped a little earlier than that. The post Google Unveils Android P Developer Preview appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Here's how to download the Android P Pixel Launcher

Android P's first developer preview is here, and while there's a lot that remains unknown, it's still exciting times in the world of Android. The overall look of Android P seems to be mostly the same compared to Oreo, but one area that...Show More Summary

How to get Android P on your Pixel (and how to roll back to Oreo)

Get the Android P Developer Preview on your phone right away. Another Android Developer preview is here, and this time we'll be getting a look at what Android P has to offer. Eventually, anyway, because the first few versions probably won't have much in the way of user-facing changes. Show More Summary

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