Last month, Google released the first developer preview of Android 14. now It’s time for the second preview version of Android 14 developers Is. The new version comes with significant improvements in privacy, security and performance. It continues to improve the user experience on tablets and foldable devices in the second version.
According to Google’s official timeline, after this developer preview, the first beta will be released in April, followed by three more in the following months.
With the second Android 14 developer preview, you can specify whether apps have access to only selected photos and videos, all of them, or no data at all. The new dialogue of the new version is as follows:
In Android 14, the Credential Manager feature is a platform API and allows apps to log in using passkeys. In the second DP, there are improvements to the account selector UI styling, along with changes to the API based on feedback to DP1.
Apps targeting Android 14 (which will be a very small subset at first) must grant privileges to start background activities.
DP2 comes with optimizations to Android’s memory management system that improves resource usage when running apps in the background. There will also be fewer non-skipable notifications in Android 14 and improved APIs for app stores.
With regional preferences, when you get Android 14, you can customize the temperature units, first day of the week, and numbering system based on your region.
The second preview version of Android 14, as the name suggests, is only recommended for app developers to use for app testing. It will also be easier for users to access when the first beta version is released next month. The second Android 14 developer preview is available to install on the Pixel 4a 5G and new Google devices.
- Android 14 provides the possibility of installing two versions of the same program at the same time
- A possible preview of Android P for developers in mid-March