Google’s third Android 13 Beta for a large number of Pixel phones has been released in the developer section and the factory images and the latest OTA updates will follow shortly.
Owners expecting stability and smoother performance from this late beta won’t be disappointed, as Google says that’s exactly what the Android 13 update
to focus on:
Beta 3 is now available, with the latest features and changes to try with your apps. Beta 3 also marks the milestone of Platform Stability, meaning Android 13 has reached the latest internal and external APIs and definitive app-centric behavior. Update your environment and start your final compatibility testing now so that you can publish all necessary compatibility updates before the final release.
The Android 13 Beta 3 update also fixes some kinks inherent in the current unstable beta installed on your Pixel phone of the brave, such as the green hue that appears briefly while unlocking a Pixel with active Always On Display. mode. Google also says it has fixed the launcher freeze that often occurs with a finger swipe on the app’s search results page.
Not all is bug fixing and stability improvements in the new Android 13 Beta 3 update, though, as it finally brings the many ballyhoode copy and paste improvements Google discussed at its I/O conference last month. You can now get confirmation that you have copied a block of text, as well as a preview of what exactly is ready to paste.
The Android 13 Beta 3 update can be installed on the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, the Pixel 4a and 4a (5G), Pixel 5 and 5a, as well as on last year’s Google treasures with the strip camera island on the back, the
Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.