Android 11 begins rolling out today to Google’s Pixel phones. The latest version of Android brings several new features, including chat bubbles, a built-in screen recorder, one-time permissions, wireless Android Auto support, and more.
A controversial change that originally was slated for Android 10 becomes mandatory for all new apps in August 2020 and every app targeting Android 11: Scoped Storage. Here's what you need to know about it.
Android VP Dake Burke in an interview this week release the dessert name his team has been using internally for Android 11, and also teased a few surprises that the team has in store for Google's next OS release.
Google today showed off its new emoji for Android 11. Cute animals are present, more types of family have been added, and the company lets you choose a wider variety of food to add to your text missives.
The Android development team recently held an AMA on Reddit answering technical questions about the upcoming software. While we didn't learn anything about the upcoming software, we do have an idea of some things heading to Android 12 (and beyond).
Android may not be as good as iOS when it comes to updates, but Google's done a good job of catching up for the average person. Over 400 million Android devices now run Android 10 ten months after launch, an improvement from where Android 9 and 8 stood at the same time.