Before the Android Beta Program was launched in 2016 for Android Nougat, Google would unveil its new Android versions with much fanfare during Google I/O. After I/O, the wait would be on for the latest version of Android to be seeded out to Nexus and Pixel devices via Developer Builds. Those without a Nexus or Pixel would usually wait a couple to a few months after that to receive it on their phone.
Now, the point of this post is that there was always so much excitement surrounding those I/O events because Google would overview all of the new features for Android and show off the updated UI changes. There was always so much to talk about that for an Android blogger, the days didn’t feel long enough to cover all of the changes.
With the beta program now in full swing months ahead of Google I/O these days, … Read the rest