Android P Beta 2 includes a whopping 157 new emoji, many of which are created to promote inclusion and diversity.
Android P developer preview beta 2 includes the final Android P APIs and updated SDK.
A month after releasing the first beta version of Android P at I/O (and right in the middle of Apple's own developers conference), Google has just released Beta 2 of its upcoming mobile operating system.
You can wait for the OTA updates to roll out if you have Pixel or Nexus phones - these should be coming pretty shortly. The UI also seems to pop preview cards into place as you swipe up too, there's a subtle vibration as you do so, and the entire gesture animation in general feels smoother.
Others can enroll their device in the Android Beta program. Developers can thus start confidently building with Android P features and APIs today.
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There's a Red Hair and Superhero emoji, both of which are available in two genders and five skin tones, a bagel with cream cheese, a llama and a lobster. There are also new gender neutral "family" and "couple with heart" emoji.
The Adaptive Battery tool uses machine learning to prioritise system resources for apps Android users care about most.
We thus have two more previews to go before final release in the third quarter, so don't be surprised if you find plenty of bugs.
Google released the first Android P developer preview back in March and I installed that on my Pixel 2 XL using a fairly laborious process.