This will likely be the final beta update for Android 11. The next update should be a stable launch!
There’s no evidence attackers have used the flaw.
We are awaiting confirmation, but it appears the Note 20 will get three versions of Android instead of just two.
The Google Pixel 4a isn’t included here. We expect that device’s first update to come next month.
One more highly requested feature could be close at hand.
Gboard also includes a new quick access emoji bar.
The bad old days of slow, bloated Android skins are long gone… or are they?
The story of how Google bought an unknown mobile platform 15 years ago, and why it’s still its greatest acquisition.
Android 11 could give users and developers more control over background app management.
A simple Reddit AMA question received a 1,500+ word response from an Android engineer.
Apple Car Key lets iPhone users unlock cars with NFC. Can Android do that? Yes and no. Let’s take a look at the options.
Anyone who’s ever wondered whether their Android smartphones retain trade-in value now has an answer.
Google’s AirDrop competitor called Nearby Share looks like it’s coming soon, as it’s coming to the Play Services beta.
iOS 14 is going to land on a very old iPhone. Meanwhile, Android 11 will land on a handful of phones in 2020. Maybe.
iOS continues to borrow major Android features, but that might not be a bad look for iOS 14.
In addition to some bug fixes, it also enables Google Pay to work, which will surely make users happy.
The giant UI overhauls we used to see are gone (at least for now). Android may be less exciting, but it’s more reliable.
Our poll results show that you want more than two years of updates, but you also don’t want a lot more than that.
Update: One UI 2.1 is being pushed out to some Galaxy Note 9 devices in one market.
It looks like a fix is almost here. Google and Samsung are both internally testing fixes for the wallpaper bug.