While the release of the beta of Android Q could take place this week, it seems that Google is more proactive this year. The firm should include an application allowing users to share their feedback.
It is this week that Google could release the beta version of Android Q. While in previous years, the final versions of Android were preceded by Developer Preview, this should not be the case this year. Google could publish in the next few days the beta of Android Q.
If we still ignore all the features of what should be Android 10, it seems that Google is more willing to listen to its users. Indeed, as noted by the social media manager of Lawnchair application, Till Kottmann, on Twitter, the beta of Android Q will include an application dedicated to user feedback. "For Pixel devices running the preview version, we have integrated a new application called Android Beta Feedback. You can find it in your list of applications under "Feedback", and describes the text spotted by Till Kottmann.
Android Q Beta will include a new "Android Beta Feedback" app, as well as a specific QS Tile for reporting issues. It seems like they are open for major suggestions before they will be finalized, or use them as suggestions for their next cycle. pic.twitter.com/xmeS5JpGfW
– Till Kottmann (@deletescape) March 12, 2019
Features or design elements offered by users
As explained in the text, the purpose of this application is to share bugs, suggest features or send other types of returns as part of the beta of Android Q. In addition to the description of bugs or faults, it will be possible to "suggest new features of Android or major changes in the current design."
It is still unclear when will be available the beta version of Android Q. Google has already opened Monday its bug tracking system. Nevertheless, initially expected for March 11, the beta could have been pushed back by a few days. On Reddit, a user reported seeing a mention of an update to Android Q for Wednesday, March 13th.
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