Google has released a new beta of their next major Android update, Android Q beta 4 and the software is now available for developers to try out.
The new beta version of Google’s Android OS brings a range of new features to Android devices, you can see some details on what is included in the update below.
The Beta 4 update includes the latest Android Q system images for Pixel and Android Emulator, along with the final Android Q developer APIs (API level 29), the official API 29 SDK, and updated build tools for Android Studio. Together, these give you everything you need to test your apps for compatibility with Android Q and build with Android Q features and APIs.
To get started, download the official API 29 SDK and tools into the stable release of Android Studio 3.4, or for the latest Android Q support update to Android Studio 3.5 Beta. Then follow these instructions to configure your environment, and see the release notes for known issues.
You can find out full information about the new Android Q beta over at Google at the link below, the software is now available for developers to try out.