Google I/O 2019's opening keynote was jam-packed with announcement after announcement. In addition to a much more powerful Google Assistant, the new Nest Hub Max smart display, and Pixel 3a unveiling, Google also launched Beta 3 for Android Q.
Beta 3 is full of goodies we haven't seen in previous iterations, including an overhauled gesture navigation system and a fully-functioning dark mode.
Some of our AC forum members are already rocking the new software, and these are their initial impressions.
What about you? How are you liking Android Q Beta 3?
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