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Android P Developer Preview 3 Out

Android P Developer Preview 3 Out

Google has released its new Android P Developer Preview 3 bringing forward new updates to previous the Preview 2 which came out less than a month ago.

The Android Developer Preview 3 was recently added to their website highlighting some of their new updates which developers will definitely love.

The new preview brings with it the ability for developers to publish apps to Google Play’s alpha and beta channels as they continue to test their software with Android P.

It also beefs up its Android P to API level 28, a new Bio-metric Prompt API that standardises authentication from biometric systems like fingerprint sensors, face unlock and much more.

Developer Preview 3 also now includes 157 new emoji — including red hair, superhero, lobster, lama, and more. There are also updates to existing emoji, including a more cooked-looking bacon and egg being removed from the salad emoji so that it’s vegan.

Android developer preview gives developers the power to run apps on a Pixel device or Android Emulator, and test where behavior changes may affect it. It has been become very popular among techies and continues to grow within the developer community.

Thanks to Project Treble, Android P Beta is now available on a range of popular devices such as the Essential Phone, Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Nokia 7 plus, OnePlus 6, Oppo R15 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2, Vivo X21UD, Vivo X21 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.

Google has continued to improve its Developer Preview and they’re doing a great job so far with this new update.

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Author: Allan

Allan Bangirana is a freelance writer for Newslibre and Spur Magazine. He is also the co-founder of the Innovware project.

He is a freelance consultant passionate about tech, programming, games and entertainment.

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