I’ve been using Android 10 since its first beta release back in March. And while most focus on the new Dark theme, there’s more to it than that.
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Google's latest major Android release launches today for Pixel owners, bringing a new system-wide dark mode and more.
Google gets rid of the traditional dessert naming convention for Android, and it's now switching to version numbers. Android is also getting a new brand identity.
Google today announced the 6th and last beta release of Android Q and says it is just weeks away from the final release.
Google is introducing changes to the gestural navigation system on Android Q with the latest beta, more changes expected to show up in beta 6.
Android Q Beta 4 arrived earlier this month and after a bit of uncertainty about which device to use, I’ve finally installed it on my Pixel 3a XL.
Google's Android Q inches closer to the public released with finalised APIs in beta 4.
Google introduces a built-in dark mode for Calendar and Keep apps on Android.
Coincidental with the first day of its I/O conference today, Google launched Android Q Beta 3, adding a new system-wide dark theme and more.
Three weeks after the Beta 1 release, Google has announced that the second beta of Android Q is now available.
When Google announced the first beta release of Android Q this past week, I resolved to ignore it. That lasted about two hours.
Android Q has a hidden native desktop mode built-in, but it has a long way to go.
Google today issued Android Q Beta 1, which adds enhancements for foldable phones, new privacy and security features, and more.
Android Q will introduce an improved navigation system that actually works like the one on the iPhone.
Google is working to introduce real dual SIM support for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL according to new source code for Android Q.
Google starts rolling out a new dark mode for Assistant on Android.
Behold, Android fans. A native, system-wide dark mode is coming with Android Q.