If you prefer, you can download the latest Android Q Beta build and manually flash it to your Pixel device. Also, if you know of any other methods to turn on the dark mode in Android Q, let us know in the comments down below. Once done, you will receive the build over-the-air. The Android Runtime (ART) in Android Q can pre-compile parts of an app to reduce launch times. In prior versions of Android, apps could only get your location when they ask for permission and the users grants it.
If you have a Pixel device, you can head here to download the beta. This release is mainly to give developers a chance to begin testing apps against the new Android API features. To provide more clarity about the functionality, the settings panel in a floating UI element that users can invoke to have quick access to important device settings including internet connectivity, NFC, or audio.
Android Q is also adding Settings Panels to help you quickly enable a specific setting that an app needs.
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If the user is likely to spend cash in-app, they'll be allowed to play the game without advertisements. This third option "Allow only while the app is in use" is presented when the user first launches an app. Google will bring more improvements that are aimed at user privacy in the upcoming Beta versions. Quite a few apps run in the background collecting your location data when you are not using the app. There's no telling what apps or services will break due to changes made throughout the beta process. Apart from that, Google will also let you decide how your app is shown on foldable screens. Google will be talking about these subjects a whole lot more at GDC 2019 - so stay tuned for deeper details.
Also included with Android Q is improved Wi-Fi performance, better support for foldable smartphones, streamlined biometric authentication, and more. Google has also added new connectivity APIs to extend what apps can do with Android connectivity stack. We're not clear on how this works and whether this means the phone uses the fastest data network around or something else. In Android Q, apps can request depth data (JPEG + XMP metadata + depth and confidence map) to, say, offer "specialized blurs and bokeh options in your app", as the Android post suggests. Android Q allows for HDR10+ on phones and tablets that support it.
Android Q is now in early beta stage and is chiefly aimed at developers and other tech-heads in the testing community.