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Android 13 Update and features

Android 13 is now available, see what’s it brings!!

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If you’ve been following the mobile industry closely lately, you’ll be aware that Google’s track record for releasing new Android versions has been all over the place. Early in October of last year, Android 12 made its appearance. The 13th version of Android (Android 13) is now available globally.

Phones that will support the Android 13 Update?

According to the firm, updates should start rolling out to supported Google Pixels today, with support coming “later this year” to Samsung, Asus, HMD Global, iQOO, Motorola, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Sony, Tecno, vivo, Google pixel, Xiaomi, “and more” smartphones.

Android 13 features

Android 13 features and benefits

What then is new? You’re getting a progression of the Material You theme in terms of appearance. The theming engine now supports the icons of outside apps, and the updated media player adapts its look based on the music or podcast you’re listening to.

Additionally, Bedtime mode is becoming more customizable with wallpaper dimming and a dark theme. You can assign particular languages to particular apps.

Apps Not Getting Full Access

If you copy sensitive information like your email address, phone number, or login credentials, your clipboard history will be cleared automatically “after a period of time” and apps won’t automatically be given permission to send you notifications; instead, you’ll have to explicitly grant them permission before they can do so.

Spatial Audio Support

As long as your headphones are compatible with the head tracking capability, spatial audio is now supported in Android. Again, you’ll need compatible accessories to use Bluetooth LE Audio, but if you do, you can anticipate better quality, lower latency Bluetooth sound, and the ability to simultaneously broadcast audio to many devices.

Android 13 TaskBar Features

The newly revamped taskbar on tablets allows you to effortlessly drag and drop any app in your library into split-screen mode and gives you a quick overview of all your installed apps. In order to prevent inadvertent touches, tablets now include support for palm rejection when a stylus is being used.

In Android 13, a new media output switcher, braille displays for Talkback, and HDR video compatibility are all included. You will soon be able to copy content from your Android phone to your Android tablet and vice versa, such as a URL, image, or text.

Similar to that, if you have a Chromebook, you’ll soon be able to stream your messaging apps to it so that you may respond to chats from the laptop rather than your phone.

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