Android Q second beta version has been released
on April 3rd the second beta version has been released.
what are those updates let's see
The early version of the upcoming Android OS upgrade follows the first Android Q developer preview
some new feature of the second Android Q developer preview is that,
Google calls Bubbles.
Built into Android’s notification system, Bubbles float on top of an app and follow you wherever you are in the OS. You can also expand Bubbles to reveal app functionality and information and collapse Bubbles when you’re done. Think of them like chat-heads just like messenger, and some kind of blackberry hub style.
Another feature is one mainly geared toward developers — a new fold-ables emulator. When combined with Android Q’s support for fold-able devices at the platform level, developers should have a much easier time developing apps for foldable devices if they focus on Android Q.
The emulator is available as an Android virtual device in Android Studio 3.5, at the time of this writing. Google didn’t say when the beta and stable releases for Android Studio 3.5 will be available.
Other new features include a new Microphone-Direction
that gives developers more control over the direction of audio capture, minor updates to Google’s list of public APIs,
further adjustments to the improved share sheet, and privacy features like Scoped Storage enabled for new app installs. With Scoped Storage, apps need new permissions to access shared collections of pictures, videos, and audio.