ANDROID 13 NEW FEATURE EXPOSURE: ADDS “CLICK TO TRANSFER” MEDIA PLAYBACK
Android 13 was released shortly after Android 12’s official launch. It began internal testing soon thereafter. According to a media report, Google has added a “click-to-transfer” media playback function for Android 13. This feature allows Android 13 devices to cast media to speakers nearby or to other compatible playback devices. Android 13 devices will see a floating notification at the top of the screen when they approach the playback device. This notification will inform the user whether to withdraw or play on the connected device.
It is unknown how this feature will work, whether wireless, NFC or UWB. We don’t know if the device will need to support Google Cast. This function is very similar to the iPhone’s “Airdrop” function. The iPhone can be used to use UWB to deliver to and play with Homepods. Similar technologies are also available on Chinese Android phones. This feature is long overdue on Android 13.
Android 13 is still in its early stages of internal development. It has not yet reached the beta stage.
ANDROID 13 EXPOSURE-MORE FEATURES
Leaked from an early version of the upcoming operating systems reveals some of its features. Noting that this is an early build of the operating system, it’s possible to change many parts of it at any time. The Application Language feature will be one of the most prominent features of the new operating systems. This feature allows users to install different languages in order to run individual applications.
Another innovation is the ability to choose between two layouts for the lock screen clock. Android 13’s interface is nearly identical to Android 12. The interface of Android 13 is almost identical to that of Android 12.
Google shared details about the new innovations in the Android 12 Go edition. Developers have made the system more efficient, faster and offer privacy-protection tools. The new lightweight Android version launches apps 30% faster. Developers can now access new animation effects using the SplashScreen SDK.
As we mentioned earlier, Android 13’s public exposure is tentative. Before the official launch, there could be major changes to this operating system.