Turning it up to Android 11: Here is the first Developer Preview of OS 11 and Learn more about how this will impact on your Applications.
“Android OS holds a whopping 87 % of global market share which is expected to grow even more in the coming years.”– Statista
Android, holding the top position in the global market share for more than 5 years, is the most popular operating system for mobile devices introduced by Google. The reason behind such global success and tremendous acknowledgment can be ascribed to its open-source nature, allowing the manufacturers to use and modify the code as per their choice. Google has been continually introducing new features to the platform since its release in 2008.
After the success of its last release i.e. Android 10, which surfaced with many significant features like the dark theme, sharing shortcuts, gesture navigation, etc., Android 11 is going to hit the market soon. Its beta version is already live and available for the developers for testing and the final version is expected to release in the third quarter of 2020.
The main focus of Android 11 is directed towards –
Enabling users to adapt to innovations, without compromising with security and privacy.
With the introduction of new features as well as enhancements to the existing ones, Android 11 is going to impact the Mobile App Development process as well. The article will guide you through the changes as well as the mind-boggling facilities associated with the Android 11, that are worth noticing. However, before hopping to the deep technical impacts, take a quick look at some of the feature highlights of Android 11.
Android is known for its commendable features, flawless performance, supportive libraries, and innovativeness, making it more noticeable throughout the world. Everyone has their eye on the developer preview of its latest version i.e. Android 11, which has brought up the list of the upcoming as well as the improvised technical features and libraries of Android 11.
Read it in briefs at https://www.aceinfoway.com/blog/android-11-highlights
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