Google Releases Android Q Beta 2 with New Ways to Multitask and Privacy Features

Coming more than two weeks after the first beta release, Android Q beta 2 is here today to with an updated SDK (Software Development Kit) for application developers, the usual bug fixes and optimizations, as well as a bunch of new features for early adopters and bleeding-edge users to test drive on their devices. It also includes the security patches for April 2019. Android Q Beta 2 adds a new way to multitask called Bubbles, which lets users prioritize information and keep an eye over ongoing tasks, enables Scoped Storage for new app installs by default to allow them to run in a private sandbox without permission, a new emulator with support for foldable devices, sharesheet improvements, as well as directional and zoomable microphones.

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