Google releases the first Android 14 developer preview


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The Android team at Google LLC has released the first developer preview for Android 14, which provides more productivity updates for developers, enhancements to device health systems, and more customization options for end users.

Applications developers can use previews to see what is in the works, give feedback on what should be included in upcoming operating system builds, and get much-needed preparation time and breathing room. The Android development team is looking for early feedback on new features that will aid in determining what should be included in the finished product.

The cross-device software development kit preview, which enables the quick creation of compatible apps across various device screen sizes and form factors, is available to developers right now.

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