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Dark theme, Thermal API and Bubbles: Getting your app ready for Android Q

By Jessica Thornsby

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The latest, greatest, as-yet-unnamed version of Android introduces features and APIs that you can use to design new experiences for your users — plus a few behavioral changes that you’ll need to watch out for.

Even if you’re not updating your app to target Android Q just yet, some of these changes will impact every application that’s installed on Android Q, even if your app doesn’t explicitly target this version of Android.

Some of these changes will impact every application that’s installed on Android Q.

Regardless of whether you’re eager to experiment with the latest features, or you just want to ensure your app won’t break the moment it’s installed on Android Q, now’s the perfect time to start preparing for Android Q’s imminent release.

Also read: Android Q: Everything developers need to know

In this article, I’ll cover all the steps you need to take to get your app ready for Android Q — from brand-new features to minor security tweaks that have the potential to break your entire application.

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Source:: android authority

    

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