No Dessert name this time, Android Q is just “Android 10”

The next version of Android almost has arrived. For the first time in the history of Android, there is no such thing as a delicious dessert. Ever since the launch of the Android 1.5 cupcake, every version of Android had a name for it with a delicious dessert. For the last few months, there’s been endless speculation regarding Android Q’s name. Because now, Android Q is officially called Android 10. However, with Android 10, things are changing. For the first time since 2014, Google has made a slight change to the look and feel of the Android brand. Contains a redesigned logo featuring a prominent green robot head

Google Android Q logo
Google Android Q

It’s full of new features, this time a new focus is on its privacy. Google launches new features of Android in different Beta sections. On March 13, 2019, Android launched its Beta 1 and made available for download on the Pixel, Pixel 2, and Pixel 3 series. Beta 2 was released on April 3, Beta 3 released on May 7 during Google I/O.  Beta 4 arrived on June 5, Beta 5 hit on July 10, and Beta 6 made an appearance on August 7. Now, we’re just waiting for the release date for Android 10.

Top 5 Android Q features:

New Theme options:

Initially found in Beta 1 in developer options, there are settings for changing the theme of the entire UI. On August 7th, it was finalized which 8 colors will be available in themes.

  1. Black
  2. Blue
  3. Purple
  4. Green
  5. Ocean
  6. Space
  7. Cinnamon
  8. Orchid

The famous back button is gone:

The back button is going away with Android 10. Swiping up goes home, a swipe up and hold shows the multitasking menu. Swipe from the left or right edge of your screen goes back to one step from the menu. According to Google, this app is developing a design so that the first swipe opens the side menu and a double swipe takes you back.

Major permissions changes:

Google is implementing some new features to allow the App permission to give you a better understanding and more control. So that you can find out on your phone, for what purpose do the Apps want to access. Because privacy is a bigger concern than ever.

A Better Share menu:

At last, Google has paid attention on this, that the share menu was very slow to open regularly, it doesn’t matter what phone you are using. The Android share menu hasn’t had a specific design for a while. But now they have changed the design too. According to Google,

The share UI can load instantly when it’s launched.

Excellent support for Foldable Phones:

Rollable and Foldable mobile phones have finally come to the market and earned the reputation they deserve. Making sure to experience these new devices are as good as they can be.

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