American tech giant Google released the first developer preview of Android 14 last month and now the company has released the second developer preview. The new Android has been equipped with features like better security, privacy, and performance. At the same time, the company is going to include many new features with Android 14, which were being demanded along. However, till now information about all the features of Android 14 has not been revealed. But it is being claimed that with the new update, the company is going to allow sign-in using Passkey.
A beta version will be released in April
According to Google’s official timeline, the new Android will be followed by a developer preview with the first beta release in April, followed by three more releases in the following months. Let us tell you that the Credential Manager in Android 14 is a platform API, and it allows apps to sign in using passkeys. This feature has been tweaked and UI styling improved based on feedback from Developer Preview-1.
Changes will be available in the background app running
With Android 14, a lot of changes are also being made in the background app running. The second developer preview will focus on the optimization of Android’s memory management system. At the same time, the use of other resources is being improved during background app running. Android 14 is going to get fewer notifications than before. Along with this, the API of the App Store will also be improved.
Pixel phones will get the update first.
After the beta version of Android is released, first its update will be released for the Google Pixel phone. It is expected that beta users will be able to access Android 14 by next month. At the same time, after the Pixel phone, this update will be released on other devices.