Google released their first developer preview of Android N last month and now the company has released a new version, Android N Developer Preview 2.
The Android N Developer Preview 2 comes with a range of new features including a new 3D rendering API called Vulcan.
There is also some new Launcher shortcuts, support for Emoji Unicode 9, a number of API changes and a range of bug fixes and improvements over the first version.
Last month, we released the first Developer Preview of Android N, to give you a sneak peek at our next platform. The feedback you’ve shared to-date has helped us catch bugs and improve features. Today, the second release in our series of Developer Previews is ready for you to continue testing against your apps.
This latest preview of Android N fixes a few bugs you helped us identify, such as not being able to connect to hidden Wi-Fi networks (AOSP 203116), Multiwindow pauses (AOSP 203424), and Direct Reply closing an open activity (AOSP 204411), to name just a few. We’re still on the hunt for more; please continue to share feedback, either in the N Developer Preview issue tracker or in the N preview community.
You can find out more details about the Android N Developer Preview 2 over at Google’s Android Developers website at the link below, you will need to have your devcies registered for the Android Beta Program in order to try out the latest developer preview of Android N.
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